Scholarship Details

SAVE [USA] BBB Student of Integrity Scholarship - Minnesota and North Dakota

Scholarship Description

BBB is proud to offer an annual scholarship program recognizing Students of Integrity. These scholarships are designed to recognize and promote ethics and integrity among young people. BBB will award scholarships to graduating high school seniors who personify all of the best aspects of high character in their personal choices and actions. Scholarship money is awarded directly toward winners' post-secondary education expenses (tuition or room/board only) at any accredited institution.

Students are asked to read and consider the 20 principles found on the document entitled UncommonSense, select one or more of the principles and write an essay that gives a specific, personal example of how s/he was challenged or struggled through a difficult situation and how s/he overcame the situation by the application of high character and personal ethics.

The essay must be 1,000 words or less. The application must be accompanied by the scholarship entry form, one letter of recommendation, a copy of high school transcripts, a list of extracurricular activities and post-secondary plans.

Entries will be reviewed by an independent panel of judges and judging will be based mainly on the content of the essay, although academic transcripts, one reference letter and outside activities will also be used by the judges in making their final decisions. *check back later for updates on scholarship availability.

Field of Study

    Unspecified

Additional Information

  • Type Of Award: SCHOLARSHIP
  • Amount: May Vary
  • Application Deadline: Unspecified for 2019
  • Level Of Study: INCOMING FRESHMAN UNDERGRADUATE
  • Automatic Consideration: NO
  • Renewable: NONE
Application Address
Contact Information

Lisa Jemtrud
651-695-2450
lisa.jemtrud@thefirstbbb.org

Minimum Requirement

BBB will award scholarships to graduating high school seniors who personify all of the best aspects of high character in their personal choices and actions. Scholarship money is awarded directly toward winners' post-secondary education expenses (tuition or room/board only) at any accredited institution.

Students are asked to read and consider the 20 principles found on the document entitled UncommonSense, select one or more of the principles and write an essay that gives a specific, personal example of how s/he was challenged or struggled through a difficult situation and how s/he overcame the situation by the application of high character and personal ethics.

Colleges & Universities
  • - Minnesota State University- Moorhead
  • - Minnesota State University-Mankato
  • - North Dakota State University-Main Campus
  • - Saint Mary's University of Minnesota
  • - University of Minnesota
  • - University of Minnesota - Duluth
  • - University of Minnesota - Morris
  • - University of Minnesota - Rochester
  • - University of Minnesota-Crookston
  • - University of North Dakota