Better Business Bureau Announces Recipients of Ethics & Integrity Scholarships

June 02, 2017

The mission of the BBB's Educational Scholarship Program is to provide information and develop resources that promote and build awareness of ethical business practices and marketplace trust to consumers and businesses.

The Ethics & Integrity Scholarship provides $1,000 one-year, post-secondary scholarships to graduating high school seniors. Applicants must be the child or grandchild of the owner or employees of an Accredited Business.

Sweeney Auto Group and Farmers Trust Company are the 2017 scholarship sponsors.

The 2017 Ethics & Integrity Scholarship recipients and affiliated Accredited Businesses are:

• Matthew Maroni of Boardman High School, James & Sons Insurance
• Eric Ostrowski of Jackson - Milton High School, Potential Development
• Courtney Segool of Boardman High School, Chemical Bank
• Caitlin Seifert of Niles McKinley High School, Mercy Health
• Ryan Sekanick of Howland High School, Phillips - Sekanick Architects
• Alex Wollet of Cardinal Mooney High School, Packer Thomas

The scholarship winners and their parents will be invited to attend BBB's Torch Awards for Marketplace Trust on June 15 at The Lake Club. BBB will also be honoring Accredited Businesses and leaders that exemplify BBB Standards for Trust.

“The essay topic is what does ethics and integrity mean to the student. It is wonderful to see how high school students recognize the importance of ethics and integrity in their lives,” said Carol Potter, President of the Better Business Bureau.