About BBB's Scholarship Competion
Each high school (in BBB's five county service area) may nominate ONE student applicant approved by the school's counselor. Only one application per school will be accepted. The designated student must be a junior or senior during the school year. Past scholarship winners are not eligible. Applications are juged on leadership, community service, and a personal essay.
The student will need to prepare an essay of up to 500 words about an ethical dilemma relating to business, politics, their personal life, or community using specific examples of how the matter affects the student and others, and how to apply ethical values to resolve the issue.
Students are encouraged to review the UncommonSense Decleration. UncommonSense is a model leadership ethics guide, and more broadly, a character manifesto with application to ass of life's interatactions.
(Applications are due by November 17, 2017)
Questions about BBB Students of Integrity? Please contact Pam Anson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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2016 Students of Integrity Winners
Top Scholarship Winner
|Magnificat High School|
|Lindsey Clark||Sierra Dalton||Nathan Hensley|
|Beaumont High School||Garfield Heights High School||Elyria High School|
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