Franks is BBB Student of Integrity
For the Hub City Times
MILWAUKEE – Better Business Bureau (BBB) Serving Wisconsin has awarded 10 Wisconsin high school seniors each a $2,500 scholarship as part of its annual statewide BBB Students of Integrity Scholarship program.
Among the recipients is Marshfield High School graduate Alyssa Franks. Franks will attend the University of Wisconsin- Eau Claire.
Other recipients include: Abby Helm, Living Word Lutheran High School, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Alexis Johnson, Cambria-Friesland High School, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Bradley Karnopp, Wauzeka-Steuben High School, Southwest Wisconsin Technical College; Evelyn Koch, RVA/Prentice High School , Chippewa Valley Technical College; Ethan Ladd, Waukesha South High School, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Aidan Nelson, Whitnall High School, Marquette University; Olivia Osborn, Waukesha North High School, University of Wisconsin-River Falls; Sidney Tomczak, Florence High School, University of Wisconsin-Platteville; Robin VandenLangenberg, Green Bay Preble High School, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
“Recipients of the scholarship program are chosen primarily on their personal essay submissions and letters of reference. The personal essay prompts students to discuss an ethical dilemma they have faced and to describe how they dealt with that issue based on their understanding of integrity and ethics. This year’s scholarship winners discussed ethical dilemmas related to workplace ethics, family values, social injustices and personal commitments,” a BBB release stated.
For more information on the BBB Students of Integrity Scholarship program, visit BBB.org/wisconsin/scholarships.