This is the fifth year that the Better Business Bureau of Wisconsin Foundation has offered financial scholarships to Wisconsin high school students who have demonstrated character, leadership and ethical values. This provides the opportunity for these students to continue their education beyond high school at an accredited college.
These scholarships are intended to create long-term ties with future Wisconsin business leaders who will promote ethics in the marketplace as they pursue their careers.
The Student of Integrity Scholarship
Eight (8) $2,500 scholarships were awarded to Wisconsin high school students who have demonstrated character, leadership and ethical values; providing the opportunity to continue their education beyond high school at an accredited college beginning in the fall of 2014.
Matching grants provided by the Wisconsin Better Business Bureau Foundation, Briggs & Stratton, Dave Jones, Inc., Jericho Resources, Inc., and Baird.
2014 Student of Integrity Scholarship Recipients
A Special Thanks to the 2014 Sponsors:
Allison Dikanovic, William Horlick High School, Racine ($2,500)
Adam Hastings, Sussex Hamilton High School, Sussex ($2,500)
Trevor Stokes, River Falls High School, River Falls ($2,500)
Andrew Goodman, Brodhead High School, Brodhead ($2,500)
Joseph O'Grady, Waukesha North High School, Waukesha ($2,500)
Chloe Siamof, Appleton West High School, Appleton ($2,500)
Marie Wothe, Amery High School, Amery ($2,500)
Danielle Barbian, Hamilton High School, Sussex ($2,500)
Alexis Lunderville, Bay Port High School, Green Bay ($2,500)
Quinten Schleicher, Sevastopol High School, Sturgeon Bay ($2,500)
Meghan Tierney, River Falls High School, River Falls ($2,500)
Dominique Hyatt-Oates, Walden III High School, Racine ($2,500)
Avril Rivard, Washburn High School, Washburn ($1,250)
Mitchell Hawes, Burlington High School, Burlington ($1,250)