Samuel L. Goodman was a beloved father who believed strongly in education and passed his passion down to his children.
Although Samuel had limited college education, he was a lifelong learner who was self-taught and who went on to get several certificates. Samuel was the first African American electrician employed by the power company in his area and worked there for more than forty years.
This scholarship seeks to honor the legacy of Samuel L. Goodman by supporting African American students with big goals for the future.
Any African American undergraduate student pursuing a two or four-year degree program with at least a 3.0 GPA may apply for this scholarship.
To apply, please submit a video telling us about yourself, why higher education is important to you, and how you will make a difference in your community with your degree.