One of those, Radhika Chandarana, who works in the Corporate & Investment Bank in London, said: "Before the program I had the perception that a career in banking and finance was impossible for aspiring students from my background. But the APP has opened doors to a dream career path and I'm so excited about my future at the bank."
Daniel Pinto, CEO of the CIB and head of Europe, the Middle East and Africa, wrote a special note to thank employee volunteers who have taught, hosted and mentored students. "I hope that you are as proud as I am of this program," he wrote.
Chairman and CEO Jamie Dimon, said: "Our greatest asset is our people. And we will continue to focus on attracting, retaining and motivating the highest quality workforce drawn from the broadest possible pool of talent. We will do this by creating an open environment that cuts down on bureaucracy and builds up morale so we can operate like a partnership."
The Queen's Awards for Enterprise are widely regarded as the most prestigious business awards in the country and 2017 marks the 51st anniversary for the winners of the scheme.
The firm invites all interested and qualified candidates to apply for employment opportunities.