UNITED SA Federal Credit Union has awarded $1,000 scholarships to four outstanding high school seniors. The local students and their parents were recognized at a reception on April 30 at the credit union’s Headquarters in San Antonio.
The following winners were honored:
Ariana Borzotra – Earl Warren High School
Andrew Ivone – Louis D. Brandeis High School
Mitchell Martinez – Southwest High School
Shyanne Tallant – Communication Arts High School
“We are so proud to be able to support these students as they pursue their dreams,” said Tammie Johnson, UNITED SA vice president of administration. “They are all outstanding scholars, well-rounded high achievers and have excelled throughout their academic careers. We are excited to assist them in moving forward with this next step in their lives.” Johnson presented the students with their awards.
This is the eighth year that UNITED SA has offered a scholarship program. Students are chosen based on academics, leadership, community service and personal recommendations.
About UNITED SA Federal Credit Union
Now in its 59th year, UNITED SA Federal Credit Union is headquartered in San Antonio, Texas, and was originally chartered in 1955 to serve the employees of United Services Automobile Association (USAA). In 2005, the credit union converted to a community charter and expanded its field of membership to serve anyone who lives, works, worships or attends school and businesses and other entities in Bexar County, Texas. Over 25,000 members own and belong to the nonprofit financial cooperative, which has $220 million in assets. For more information, visit www.unitedsafcu.org or call (800) 531-8456.