Helen D. Goodro Endowed Scholarship

The Helen D. Goodro Endowed Scholarship recognizes a deserving undergraduate student in Parks, Recreation and Tourism who demonstrates financial need. Applicants should be actively involved in a professional parks, recreation, tourism and/or leisure organization at the local, state, regional and/or national level. Prior experience in the field of Parks, Recreation and Tourism is also desirable. It is hoped that the recipient would possess important character traits for which the Goodro family are so well known, including a love of the outdoors, perseverance, endurance and a desire to succeed. Applicants should have a minimum GPA of 3.0 and a minimum of 15 credit hours in Parks, Recreation and Tourism.
About the award:
This award was established in 1996 by Harold Goodro and Helen D. Goodro for deserving undergraduate students who are in need of financial assistance. An artist, Helen taught art for many years and owned the Taylorsville Art Studio. Harold worked for the University of Utah for over 20 years as an instructor in outdoor adventure programming and environmental education. His courses were eventually developed into the U’s Natural Resources Learning Program, now known as the Experiential Learning and Outdoor Recreation Education Program (U-EXPLORE). Harold was an avid explorer of mountains in Utah and around the world. Mr. and Mrs. Goodro are fondly remembered by staff of Parks, Recreation and Tourism.

About the award:
This award was established in 1996 by Harold Goodro and Helen D. Goodro for deserving undergraduate students who are in need of financial assistance. An artist, Helen taught art for many years and owned the Taylorsville Art Studio. Harold worked for the University of Utah for over 20 years as an instructor in outdoor adventure programming and environmental education. His courses were eventually developed into the U’s Natural Resources Learning Program, now known as the Experiential Learning and Outdoor Recreation Education Program (U-EXPLORE). Harold was an avid explorer of mountains in Utah and around the world. Mr. and Mrs. Goodro are fondly remembered by staff of the Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism.

Award
$0.00
Deadline
01/31/2020