Scholarship Overview
This annual scholarship was established by David Parker, class of 1982, to honor the memory of his aunt, Sally A. Goldberg, a former kindergarten teacher. The scholarship is known as the Sally A. & Robert M. Goldberg Scholarship for Early Childhood Education. This scholarship is for undegraduate students who are enrolled full-time and whose chosen field of study and performance is in the Early Childhood Education Program, within the College of Education, at James Madison University; are a rising senior in good standing, and have a minimum of a grade point average of at least 3.0 at the time they seek this Scholarship. The receipient must demonstrate financial need, as determined by the University's Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid. It is the donor's intent that the amount of the award cover as much of student's unmet financial need as possible. If extra funds are available, such excess can be offered as scholarships to additional students. The Scholarship award decision will be made and announced each year prior to the University's annual scholarship luncheon, which is held in mid-March.

Need Based

Eligibility Criteria


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