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Miss High School goes live on TV

Sylvia Sheuya Miss High School Namibia 2013 from Tsumeb Secondary School

Sylvia Sheuya Miss High School Namibia 2013 from Tsumeb Secondary School

The entertainment department of Under NEET Engineering cc is calling all high school girls again to enter for Miss High School Namibia 2014. Under NEET Engineering cc plans to hold the event on 04 September 2014 in Windhoek. The first ever Miss High School Namibia pageant was held last year and hosted in Tsumeb.
Miss High School Namibia is part of Under NEET Engineering’s drive to promote unity within secondary schools and to help the youth develop a mindset of social union and respect. for women of young age. Sylvia Sheuya was crowned as the first Miss High School Namibia and she wants to grow her modeling career. This week she said it can be done if Miss High School Namibia associates with other international events like Miss High School America.

Following a request by the American Miss High School pageant, the local event will be broadcast live on NBC for the American organisers to view it in America via Internet. “Furthermore Miss High School Namibia is the first project in Namibia to have a music label, a documentary, a youth magazine, clothing line, a talent scout Namibia and a charity arm and all this is to empower the youth of the country” said Under NEET Engineering when they announced the launch of this year’s pageant.
The Miss High School Namibia selection committee will conduct a road campaign for selected towns throughout all the regions during July and August 2014. The organisers said they see the need to encourage young people to be more actively involved in society. The road campaign will be accompanied by a nationwide advertisement campaign.
Application forms are available at all municipal youth offices, in Swakopmund at Mondesa Youth Opportunities, in Windhoek at the NAHOTA Training Academy near Katutura Pick n Pay.
Prospective entrants can also get the forms via email from [email protected]. Young girls from the age of 16 to 18 who are in high school are encouraged to enter.

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