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Connecticut BBB Student Ethics Scholarship Award

BBB Student Ethics Award Program recognizes high school students in their junior year, who personify high ethics demonstrated through leadership, community service, and overall personal integrity and academic history. A student will be selected through an independant panel of judges to receive a scholarship of $2,500 to an accredited college or university of his or her choice. Scholarships must be applied within four years of receiving the award. The funds will be distributed directly to the school upon verification of the student's college enrollment.


Entries for BBB Student Ethics Award will be reviewed by the Selection Committee comprised of business leaders and members of the academic community. Judges will select the scholarship recipients based on their leadership, contributions to their communities and schools, personal integrity, academic accomplishments, and written essay. Decisions of the judges are final.

The applicant must be a resident of Connecticut. The applicant must plan to attend an accredited college or university in the United States. The applicant must be a junior in high school, and have a desire to continue his/her education.

Please see our website to download an application packet.

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