Twenty-one year old Caroline Azer was crowned Miss California Volunteer on July 10, 2021 in Clovis, California. As the newly crowned Miss California Volunteer, Caroline won a $10,000 college scholarship and will represent the Golden State in the inaugural Miss Volunteer America Pageant next May.
Miss California Volunteer
Miss California Volunteer is a state wide, service oriented scholarship program seeking to empower young women through education and opportunity. By providing a platform for tomorrow’s leaders to express their opinions, talents, character and intelligence, our organization seeks to aid in personal development, better the community and state at large, and display the importance of service before self.
Official State Preliminary to
MAY 4 - 7, 2022 | Jackson, Tennessee
THE 5 POINTS
Each of the 5 points of the crown represents a principle in our organization's mission. Together, the first letters of each of those points spells
Miss California Volunteer encourages young women to achieve higher education goals by providing scholarships for excellence.
Education leads to enlightenment, success for individuals, and economic growth, stability, and unity for societies a whole. We are focused on providing opportunity for a higher education to the women of California.
Miss California Volunteer seeks to cultivate a culture of responsibility in the young women in California by investing in their futures. Being responsible leads to independent achievements and increased self esteem.
Miss California Volunteer requires volunteerism from all of its participants. Serving others benefits volunteers by providing a sense of purpose.
We are advocates for the empowerment of women. The result of the journey through this competition process is personal growth. Young women become the best version of themselves by building confidence and self esteem.