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The Scott Mecham BBB Student of Integrity Awards

The annual Scott Mecham BBB Student of Integrity Awards program is sponsored by the Foundation of the Better Business Bureau, serving Nebraska, South Dakota and southwest Iowa. Six $2,000 scholarships will be awarded to students who reside in the geographic area served by the BBB. Two scholarships will be awarded to students who reside in metro Omaha and southwest Iowa, two will be awarded to students from metro Lincoln/greater Nebraska and two scholarships will be awarded to students from South Dakota.


All current high school juniors or seniors from the BBB’s service area are eligible to apply for these scholarships. Student of Integrity Award scholarships are not based on ethnicity or grade point average. These awards recognize students that personify the values, leadership and integrity exemplified by Scott Mecham.

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