The OLLU Center for Service-Learning and Volunteerism (CSLV) is pleased to announce that the President’s Volunteer Service Award had been awarded to 19 students who completed at least 100 hours of community service within the 2017-2018 academic school year.
The purpose of the
President’s Volunteer Service Award, a White House initiative, is to motivate
Americans to reach out to their community and dedicate their time to
transforming society into a more stable environment.
The award is given at the bronze, silver and gold levels. The bronze medal is awarded to those who complete 100-174 hours, the silver medal is awarded to those who complete at least 175 hours and the gold medal is awarded to those who complete 250 hours or more.
A special congratulations is extended to Alexa Mora, who was awarded the gold medal for completing 271 service hours; Michael Garcia, who has received this award for four consecutive years; and Star Jimenez who has received this award for three consecutive years.
The following recipients have earned the award in the
2017-2018 academic year:
Alexandra Berrones – 165 hours
Kassie Carter – 100 hours
Anthony Cortez – 110 hours
Michael Garcia – 140 hours
DeeAnn Greehey – 102 hours
Janet Gutierrez – 128 hours
Lydia Hamner – 101 hours
Leslie Hernandez – 100 hours
Star Jimenez – 109 hours
Crystal Johnson – 108 hours
Julia Lewis – 107 hours
Brianna Luna – 103 hours
Silvia Menchaca – 112 hours
Alexa Mora – 271 hours
Robert Nelson – 102 hours
Roberto Reyes – 103 hours
Ashley Smith – 101 hours
Ariel Trevino – 102 hours
Joseph Vasquez – 103 hours
To earn the
President’s Volunteer Service Award, students need to complete at least 100
CSLV-approved hours of community service between June 1, 2018 and May 31, 2019.
To get hours tracked
by the CSLV, students must submit a Request for Service Project Approval. Once
the project has been approved, the CSLV enters hours into its service database.
The CSLV will
track all approved project hours for all students, including those who are not
working toward the service award.
information, contact the CSLV at 210-431-3990, email@example.com, or visit Worden
School, Room 23.