The Toni Logan Goodrich Resource Education Scholarship
The Toni Logan Goodrich Resource Education Scholarship is awarded annually to an Alaskan high school senior. The $1,500 scholarship awarded by the Alaska Resource Education, Oxford Assaying and the Alaska Miners Association is to be used for continuing education in the resource industry (including support services). The scholarship is presented at the Alaska Miners Association Conference annual banquet. It honors Toni Logan Goodrich and her dedication to Alaska, the resource industry and students in the community.
To apply, students must write a 500-1,000-word essay using the prompt: “In addition to providing jobs and economic value, what role do the minerals mined in Alaska play in your life?”
Students must also include the following information in their application: name, school, grade, address, phone number, email, principal counselor name and email, and parent/guardian name and email.
Be a U.S. citizen and permanent resident of the state of Alaska;
Be a senior (grade 12) at an Alaska high school
Provide student information outlined above;
Provide an original essay addressing the selected topic with references properly cited;
Be willing to appear in publicity materials (press releases, photos, social media posts) announcing the scholarship winner.
Completed entries can be sent via email to or by mail to:
601 E 57th Place Suite 104
Anchorage, Alaska 99518
A committee of experts in resource development, education and the mining industry, will review essays. They will be judged on concept development, evidential support, grammar, style and originality. The winner will be notified in October via email.