#BBB5K Video Scholarship applicants had to produce a 90-second video using the topic Why BBB and Trust are Important to Local Businesses and Communities.

Eligibility

  • Attend a high school in Alaska, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington and Western Wyoming.
  • Minimum 3.0 GPA
  • Group applications must have no more than three students.
  • Scholarship must be applied to an institute of higher education, whether university, college, vocational school, etc.

Ten finalists were selected from the application pool. Only one recipient will win the #BBB5K Video Scholarship. View the complete rules & regulations.

Applicants had to write a 500-word essay for BBB’s online magazine Torch Talk. The topic of the essay is,  Why BBB and Trust are Important to Local Businesses and Communities. A major requirement for the essay was to find a BBB Accredited Business to write about. Interviews and photos encouraged!

Eligibility

  • Attend a high school in Alaska, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington and Western Wyoming.
  • Minimum 3.0 GPA
  • Scholarship must be applied to an institute of higher education, whether university, college, vocational school, etc.

Up to five finalists from each region were selected from the application pool. Seven recipients will win a $1,000 scholarship. View the complete rules & regulations.

BBB Foundation offers the Students of Integrity Scholarships to recognize high school juniors and seniors who personify and communicate ethics in the real world, as demonstrated through community service, personal integrity, and academic accomplishments.

Scholarships will be awarded to the winning applications submitted by students residing in Alaska, Oregon, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Washington or Western Wyoming*. High school juniors and seniors from across the Northwest and Pacific are encouraged to apply by submitting either a 90-second video or a 500-word essay that answers Why BBB and Trust are Important to Local Businesses and Communities.

*Eligible counties in Western Wyoming include: Teton, Uinta and Lincoln.