September 06, 2016
Accenture Celebrates Our People’s Commitment to Community through US Corporate Citizenship Volunteer Award
By: Accenture Recruitment
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Accenture volunteer Cameron Griggs, (second from the left,) worked with Seattle's 100K Opportunities event, which is committed to training and hiring 100,000 individuals, 16-24 years old, by 2018.

Accenture people are dedicated to serving their communities and to improving the way the world works and lives. To recognize their outstanding efforts, we’re pleased to share this year’s US Corporate Citizenship Volunteer Award winners.

By contributing their time and skills, these volunteers demonstrate Accenture’s commitment to our Skills to Succeed and environmental stewardship corporate citizenship initiatives.

”I led an interactive case study and witnessed the moment when the students realized they could help solve real world problems,” said Jing Li, consultant, Accenture Strategy and Knowledge is Power Program (KIPP) volunteer, as she explained what this award meant to her.

Check out the winners and their inspiring volunteer work – from job training for veterans and youth to addressing homelessness. Congratulations to our US Corporate Citizenship Volunteer Award Winners!

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