Miss Sheridan’s Teen: a focus on alternative education and mental health

July 10, 2024

News – Sheridan Media


Miss Sheridan’s Teen Molly Magera’s community service initiative has the goal of informing people about alternative learning and the skills gained through a different approach to education. 

Magera said she intends to use the platform of Miss Sheridan’s Teen to address issues concerning mental health, learning disabilities, and skills that she has learned through an alternative school education.

M. Magera 

Earning the title has allowed Magera the opportunity to work with nonprofits in the community. Much more than just a crown, the duties of a Miss Sheridan’s Teen involve setting a good example for girls and young women in the community and to speak out on issues. Magera said that example comes down to being true to one’s self.

M. Magera 

According to the Miss Wyoming Organization, eligibility for Miss Wyoming’s Teen participation is open to Wyoming resident teen contestants ranging in age from 13-18 years. Representation of young women from across the region is paramount to the organization’s success.

The Miss Wyoming Organization commemorates its legacy, which is deeply rooted in Wyoming’s history while working to foster the next generation of empowered leaders of strong young women.


Last modified: July 10, 2024

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