Financial Literacy Spotlight: Roundtable Awarded President’s Volunteer Service Award

In March,  the Roundtable was the proud recipient of a 2010-2011 President’s Volunteer Service Award. The award, originally created in 2003, recognizes the valuable contributions volunteers make in the communities and encourages more people to serve.

Judy Chapa, Vice President for Community Service, was on hand to receive the award. “Our companies are active members of the community, and through our great working relationship with Junior Achievement, we have cultivated a program where their volunteerism is recognized, rewarded and making a big impact. We are proud to stand here with all of these exceptional organizations, and we thank both Junior Achievement and the President for this honor.”

The Roundtable was nominated for the award by certifying organization, Junior Achievement, and was bestowed a Gold Award for completing over 15,000 volunteer hours.

Other member companies whose volunteer work was honored include: Capital One, General Electric, HSBC, Bank of America, Wells Fargo, U.S. Bank, Citi, JPMorgan Chase, and State Farm.

Judy Chapa recieves the award on behalf of the Roundtable

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