Ms. BPCC Responsibilities and Obligations

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  • Serve as the official student hostess, spokesperson, and ambassador for the college both on campus and in the community
  • Be a role model for other students, as well as display good moral conduct and embody school spirit
  • Display a respectful and positive attitude throughout year of service
  • Assist with all Office of Student Life events and campus-wide events (Back-to-School Bash, Visit with Santa Claus, BPCC 100, Spring Fling Preview Day, etc.)
  • Provide a minimum of 10 hours of community service per fall and spring semesters to be coordinated with the Director or Program Coordinator (Reading to elementary school classes, visiting hospitals/nursing homes, etc.)
  • Attend local high school pageants (Shreveport/Bossier area) and other area pageants as coordinated by the Director or Program Coordinator
  • Present awards/scholarships at area high schools and/or area pageants
  • Attend LCTCS Day(s) in Baton Rouge (if applicable)
  • Attend the annual BPCC/Bossier City Christmas program
  • Attend a minimum of 3 athletic events per year (Baseball, basketball, softball, cross-country)
  • Join at least one student organization on campus
  • Meet with the Director or Program Coordinator twice monthly to coordinate appearances
  • Mentor the upcoming Ms. BPCC by attending interest meetings, mock interviews, pageant interviews, pageant rehearsal, and the pageant
  • Prepare a farewell speech and slideshow for pageant at end of reign (Resources provided)
  • Assist with the onstage portion of the Miss Tiny Cavalier pageant as well as mentor the winner as a sister queen throughout the year
  • Additional duties as needed or requested by the college

Changes or additions to event appearances/participation will be made at the discretion of the Director or Program Coordinator of Student Life.