BDPA honors star students

BDPA is the premier organization for African American professionals and students in the information technology industry.

In conjunction with the 36th annual National Black Data Processing Associates (BDPA) Technology Conference, top Indianapolis students will be recognized at the National BDPA Information Technology (IT) Showcase August 6-8, 2014, at the JW Marriott, 10 S. West Street, Indianapolis, Indiana 46204. The showcase allows students from Indianapolis and United States educational institutions to present and demonstrate their research in Emerging Technology, Wireless, Biometrics, Digital Imaging, Video Production, and Security Professional Development.  The presentations represent advanced computing and technical topics presented by college and high school students to an audience of corporate representatives and IT professionals. 

More than 100 students will converge in Indianapolis to participate in internships, IT careers, Youth Entrepreneurship, Networking Computers, Software Development, and Building Computers. Training in Academic Enhancement, College Selection and Scholarships, SAT/ACT Preparation, Lifelong Learning Skills, and Personal Development will also be offered. The student presentations and research projects are judged by a panel of three judges in college and high school categories. Awards are made in 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place categories and all participants will receive a Certificate of Appreciation award.

“BDPA Indianapolis chapter thanks Dr. Jesse Bemley, Louis Shack, Jeffrey Musgrove, and Clarence T. Moore, Jr.,  for their continuous commitment to preparing our students for our IT Showcase and competitions,” said Terry Morris, Indianapolis Chapter President. “There is no doubt that we would not be successful without them,” he added.

BDPA is the premier organization for African American professionals and students in the information technology industry. For almost 40 years, BDPA has fulfilled its mission by bridging the digital divide and providing career growth opportunities for its members. “Today, we are the largest African American Information Technology association in the U.S. and the largest national non-profit organization continually involved in training students underrepresented in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics education across the country,” said Dr. Craig Brown, National BDPA President.

To learn more about BDPA sponsorship opportunities or to purchase space on the Career Fair Floor, please contact BDPA Corporate Sales Team by email (CORPSALES@BDPA.ORG) or 301.584-3135 X108.                                

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