2021 ‘Destination Spokane’ Royalty Scholarship Program
Are you interested in learning more about the Spokane Lilac Festival Scholarship Program?!?
You must meet the minimum following General Candidate Qualifications:
- At least sixteen (16) years old and not have reached her twentieth (20th) birthday by January 1, 2021.*Be a Full time senior high school student and planning to graduate with your class in June 2021.
*Attend school and reside in Spokane County.
*Accumulated 3.0 Grade Point Average as of fall semester/quarter, the beginning of your senior year of high school.
- Watch the Mandatory Orientation Video
*Available on our website, November 1, 2020 thru 17th at 5pm.
*Complete the post video quiz (available till 11/17 at 5pm).
*OPTIONAL – once you have viewed the video and completed the quiz, you can attend one of our Q & A sessions via zoom. Dates and log in provided once quiz is complete.
- Review the application packet and forms posted on the Candidate Forms page.
Note: this is just for review, the Candidate your school selects will complete and submit forms.
- Talk to the Lilac Coordinator at your High School for information about your individual high school selection process. Please contact us if you do not know who the coordinator is at your school.
If you have additional questions, please call the Lilac office at 509- 535-4554 or firstname.lastname@example.org contact the VP of Royalty, Kim Johnson at email@example.com
The 2020 Royal Court
The Royalty Scholarship and Training Program provides an opportunity for outstanding young women to be recognized for their achievements. Every Spokane County high school is invited to present one senior girl for participation in the SLFA High School Lilac Princess Scholarship and Training Program. Selection of the high school student is decided upon individually at each school.
Each Lilac Princess candidate selected from her high school will participate in a five week royalty preparation course which supports character building and servant leadership with a strengthened focus on community service, integrity, and teamwork.
The candidates will attend workshops in communication, personal and professional etiquette, resume development, interview skills, military history and protocol and self-defense.
They will participate in community service activities such as Blessings under the Bridge, Salvation Army, Clothe A Child and Second Harvest Food Bank
The training will culminate with individual candidate interviews before a panel of judges who have the very difficult task of determining the 7 members of the Spokane Lilac Festival Royal Court. The Royal Court will continue training and preparation for coronation and the selection of the Spokane Lilac Festival Queen.