The Dorothy and Knight Goodman Scholarship

Scholarship Description

Any adult graduate of Middletown, Lemon-Monroe, Fenwick, Madison, or Edgewood High School who wants to advance his or her education at an accredited college or university, accredited technical college, or additional courses at Middletown Technical Center or D. Russell Lee Career Center may apply.Qualified Applicants:  In addition to meeting the above eligibility, the applicant shall have demonstrated, by participation in extra-curricular activities and church and community affairs, that he or she possesses the personal, physical, and mental qualifications and attitudes essential to contributing to the community as well as to his or her family and personal progress. While scholarship is an important consideration, the applicant’s self reliance shall also be an important factor to be considered by the judges. A person with a slightly lower grade average who has had to overcome personal, financial, or physical difficulties to continue his or her education shall be given preference over the student with a higher grade average by having fewer personal difficulties to overcome. How to Apply:  Applicants must complete the application in full and include a total of two written recommendations from such people as employers, teachers, or community or church leaders. No recommendation from a person related to the applicant will be considered. In addition, the names, addresses, and telephone numbers of personal references must be included for the members of the selection committee to contact in person or in writing for additional background regarding the applicant.

Year of Need: College Freshman, College Sophomore,

Type: Needs Based

Num Awards: Multiple

Min Award:

Max Award:

Deadline: 2022-12-31


Sponsoring Organization Middletown Community Foundation
300 North Main Street, Suite 300
Middletown, OH 45042

Contact Person:

Phone: 513-424-7369

Fax: 513-424-7555