BBB announces its 2022 Student of Integrity scholarship recipients

NORTHERN INDIANA – The BBB is pleased to announce its 2022 Student of Integrity scholarship recipients. Students of Integrity scholarships are bestowed upon high school and college students who embody the BBB’s Standards for Trust: character, judgement and ethics. Each student will receive a $2,000 scholarship to the school of their choice. 

Students of Integrity scholarships would not be possible without our 2022 sponsors, which includes Charly Butcher Scholarship Fund, Inc., PNC National Bank and Brotherhood Mutual. They have generously partnered with BBB’s Charitable and Educational Foundation to reward ethics and integrity in young adults. The mission of the Charitable and Educational Foundation is to advance reliable, dependable and ethical interaction between the marketplace and the public. To date, BBB Serving Northern Indiana and its partners have awarded more than $135,000. 

Daniela Gavilanez is the 2022 PNC National Bank University Student of Integrity. Gavilanez is currently a student at Taylor University. In addition to receiving the 2021 University Student of Integrity scholarship last year, she serves as a member of the leadership cabinet for the Mu Kappa chapter and the Honors Guild, among other residence life activities and academic clubs on campus.
Allison Burns is the Brotherhood Mutual 2021 Student of Integrity, awarded to a high school or college student attending a private, Christian college in Indiana. Burns will graduate from North Miami High School and will be a freshman at Huntington University. She participates in Future Farmers of America, Student Council, National Honor Society and she is a member of the dance team.
Tyler Smith is the 2022 BBB Student of Integrity sponsored by BBB Charitable and Educational Foundation. Smith will graduate from Norwell High School and is a member of the National Honor Society and a teammate on the Norwell High School baseball team. He also contributes to church functions such as being a VBS volunteer and assisting in church mission trips.
Image Mary Jones is the 2022 Charly Butcher Scholarship Student of Integrity. The Charly Butcher Scholarship is awarded to outstanding high school seniors pursuing a degree in communications or education. Jones will graduate from Adams Central High School and will be a freshman at the University of Saint Francis studying Communications. She is a state delegate for the Indiana FFA, role model for Drugs Free Adams County and a chapter officer for the Business Professionals of America.

The BBB plans to celebrate each scholarship individual at a private reception for students, families, sponsors and school representatives on May 17 at the Junior Achievement Center in Fort Wayne.