YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – The Better Business Bureau serving Columbiana, Mahoning and Trumbull counties has selected five area high school students as recipients of its annual Ethics & Integrity Scholarships.
Each student will receive a $1,000, one-year scholarship. In addition to an essay on integrity, applicants are required to be the child or grandchild of an owner or employee of a BBB-accredited business.
The winners will be honored at the bureau’s Torch Awards for Marketplace Trust ceremony, held June 15 at The Lake Club.
This year’s winners are:
- Matthew Maroni, Boardman High School, James & Sons Insurance
- Eric Ostrowski, Jackson Milton High School, Potential Development
- Courtney Segool, Boardman High School, Chemical Bank
- Caitlin Seifert, Niles McKinley High School, Mercy Health
- Ryan Sekanick, Howland High School, Phillips-Sekanick Architects
- Alex Wollet, Cardinal Mooney High School, Packer Thomas
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