Source www.northwestgeorgianews.com “Individually, the student essays written by the winners are exemplary in the importance of ethics, integrity and trust in our marketplace,” BBB President Jim Winsett said.
The winners of the BBB 2021 “Student of Integrity” scholarships are: The competition was available to all high schools seniors in the BBB service area of 21 surrounding counties in Southeast Tennessee and Northwest Georgia. Ninety students entered the competition this year.
Grady Beach – Chattooga High SchoolCarsi Beaty – McMinn Central High SchoolColby Couch – Model High SchoolDaley Culberson – Ridgeland High SchoolJoy Douglass – Cleveland High SchoolCatherine Finely – Fannin County High SchoolElijah Hudgins – Trion High SchoolStephen Scott – Heritage High SchoolDylan Simmons – Van Buren County High SchoolConnor Solbee – Walker Valley High School Now in its 17th year, BBB is pleased to announce its annual “Student of Integrity” scholarship competition has surpassed $161,000 in total scholarships awarded. This year scholarships with the value of $1,000 each were awarded to 10 students who competed by writing an essay on “the importance of ethics in business and our community.”
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