SPONSORS:

The UNT Multicultural Center was established with the goal that it would be a place where students and community members could experience the cultural wealth of the University, with a central purpose to teach diversity through student engagement and promote student success. The Multicultural Center provides resources, information, educational opportunities, and events that build inclusion focusing on five areas of diversity: race/ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, interfaith, and disability.


The Division of Institutional Equity and Diversity partners with the UNT Faculty and Staff and the entire campus community to create an inclusive environment that prepares and promotes UNT student success in a global marketplace. At UNT, all members of our community value, support, and respect each other and the educational benefits of diversity.


Roscon Foundation, Inc., based in Dallas, Texas affiliated with Roscon Foundation, Inc. in Tarlac City, Philippines. It is a multi-activity non-profit foundation engaged in fostering international unity, intellectual sharing, improving the living conditions of tribes and low-income community members. It also supports the United States and Philippine governments’ goals to promote respect of human rights and help its societies through its diversified professional and cultural services. Community assistance include supporting low-income community members by looking employment for them at no charge, veering them away from pay day loans, selling donated cars to them on payment plans, assisting family-petition filings and finding the best options on academic programs that benefit the community.


NAAAP, the National Association of Asian American Professionals, is a non-profit organization where Asian American professionals across the country, can work together to enhance Asian American leadership in our careers and the communities that we live and serve in. As the largest and fastest growing Asian American professional organization NAAAP continues to provide its members with the tools and resources to further career advancements and to empower Asian Americans to become great leaders as well as reliable employees.


 

UVSA South is an organization that serves the Vietnamese community and people who are interested in becoming more involved in it. We promote

leadership, unity, and culture through opportunities that will inspire people to give back and serve the community.

 

 


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Roscon Foundation IS PROUDLY REPRESENTED BY

YEJI CHUNG

(Yeji Chung is currently an Elementary Education Undergrad from University of North Texas. She is currently being certified in elementary education (preschool-6th), and ESL.

Yeji loves traveling, adventuring and exploring Texas. Shes a major “foody” and a restaurant critic.

Her goal is to travel all over the world educating children in under privileged
countries.

Yeji applied for Miss Asian American Texas Pageant to make a greater contribution the community. She wants to learn about the different ethnicities and cultures as well as embracing her own Korean heritage.)

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Saturday, August 3 2013

@ The Dallas City Performance Hall Center

Mission:

To foster unity, understanding and camaraderie among young Asian Americans in Texas

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Description

The Miss Asian American Texas Pageant is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that aims to foster unity, understanding and camaraderie among Asian Americans in Texas and increase broad public awareness of the diversity and strengths of the Asian American community by showcasing the leadership skills and breadth of individual talent in Asian American youth. The pageant also seeks to provide opportunities for candidates as well as volunteers to further develop leadership and interpersonal skills through individual and group activities including community relations, public speaking, and various philanthropic events.

Dedicated to past, present and future pageant winners, contestants and volunteers.

 General Information

The winners of the 2013-2015 Miss Asian American Texas and Miss Teen Asian American Texas Pageants will carry the title for 2 years. Winners reign for 2013-2014 and first runner ups will reign for 2014-2015, at which time they will represent the Asian American community in their new leadership roles. The grand prize includes $2000 scholarships distributed to the winners and finalists, crowns, trophy, sash, and other awards. Past prizes have included round-trip airfare, evening gowns, and a package from our cosmetics sponsors.

Individual recognition and awards will be given for:
• Best In Division (Gown, Talent, Cultural, Evening, Interview)
• Miss Photogenic
• Miss Congeniality
• Most Dedicated
• Award of Academic Excellence
• Outstanding Leadership Award
• Asian American Activist Award

All participants are recognized for their personality, talent, leadership, community involvement, and academic excellence. No previous pageant experience is necessary. Each candidate will be fully supported by our staff and volunteers.

The Miss Asian American Texas Pageant is a unique experience, providing all those involved the opportunity to meet a number of people from all walks of life, and to gain friendships and memories they will cherish for a lifetime.

SPONSORED BY: CON SOELEIL “Expanding your business by empowering your ideas!”- a direct marketing firm

YEJI CHUNG has chosen ROSCON FOUNDATION, INC. as her Beneficiary. The donations which represent a small percentage of the donations, are collected by the Foundation and the proceeds to be paid to the Pageant. The report shall be filed online after the Event is finished, to be submitted by the Disbursements Division of the Foundation. If you are a Benefactor (Donor) of Ms. Yeji Chung and you wish to have an official copy of this report, please email us at info@rosconfoundation.org or write us at: 1513 Viceroy Drive, Dallas, Texas 75235. Tel (214) 686-7622.

Thank you for your Contribution!