Bonbon offers some final advice for others who are considering applying for a BCIS scholarship, saying, “don’t only see the scholarship as your final goal, make improving the community your main purpose.” In the future, he hopes to continue to work on giving back to the BCIS community. He has already worked with our Alumni Relations Team and Alumni Network. After he graduates, he hopes to continue to help build the BCIS Alumni Network and reconnect with his friends no matter where their journeys take them. Dina, Bonbon’s business teacher, describes how he applies his creativity inside and outside of the classroom, stating, “Bonbon is a one-of-a-kind student. He exemplifies what our world needs in these new, unprecedented times. His creative ability coupled with his in-depth critical thinking skills makes him this way.” Bonbon’s dedication to using this creativity to improve the BCIS community shows why he is a scholarship student.