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Thursday, December 29, 2011

MISS TEEN USA 2012 CONTESTANT - Jordyn Jagolinzer-Machado (Massachusetts)

Name
Jordyn Jagolinzer-Machado
Age
16
Hometown
Seekonk, Massachusetts
Previous experience
1st runner-up 2011

Biography

Jordyn Jagolinzer-Machado, 16, from Seekonk, Massachusetts is a junior at St. Mary Academy - Bay View in Providence, Rhode Island - the same school Danielle Lacourse (RI USA 07) attended. She is an honors student in the AP Program with a 4.2 GPA. Her goal is to graduate in the top ten percent of her high-school class and attend the college of her choice where she'll receive a degree in Broadcast Journalism. She'd love to one day be on the Today Show or E! Jordyn is actively involved in her school community. She is a member of the Varsity Volleyball team, the Sailing team and is a member of the Peer Ministry group. She has received the President's Award for Educational Achievement, the Community Service Citizenship Award and has been nominated twice for the People-to-People Ambassador program.

Jordyn began volunteering at a very young age in honor of family members with different diseases. Organizations close to her heart include the New England Organ Bank and the Greater New England: National MS Society. She grew to have a passion for helping others and became increasingly involved with a variety of organizations. Having volunteered over 700 hours, she was honored with a citation from former Governor Romney & the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in recognition of her work and accomplishments. She has been teaching fourth-grade catechism classes at her church for two years and believes that in order to have a strong future you need to build a belief of oneself in younger generations of children in order to ensure their success.

As well as placing 1RU at Miss Massachusetts Teen USA last year, Jordyn was also first runner-up at Miss Massachusett's Outstanding Teen 2010.

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