Mario Armstrong interviews national HSCC founder Dr. Jesse Bemley. Dr. Bemley is in the BDPA Hall of Fame. He founded both the national high school computer competition and the IT Showcase. He is an inspiration to African American IT professionals from the 'classroom to the boardroom'.
This is a remarkable video pulled together by BDPA Chicago education director Deborah De Vaughn. It provides some remarkable insights from the five young people that represented Chicago at the 2009 National BDPA High School Computer Competition Championship held in Raleigh NC.
We are very proud of Courtney Elzy, Joseph Huggins, Kenneth McCune, Carlton Means and Lee Reed. In fact, these young people have inspired us to create a college scholarship fund for future BDPA Chicago students (http://www.crowdrise.com/BDPAChicago)
Pilot episode of Popular Technology TV (PTTV) featuring National BDPA Co-Founder and 2011 CompTIA IT Hall of Fame inductee Earl A. Pace, Jr.
This is the final production version produced for National BDPA and BDPA Chapters by Morton Media for bdpatoday. Begining in the fall of 2011, PTTV will air on local cable outlets via news or college television stations in various media markets.
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John Crow, Host of Caribbean Classroom interviewed BDPA NY Chapter's - Renetta English, President BDPA NY Chapter and Denise Hamilton, Director of Education and Community Outreach . We discussed BDPA, Black Family Technology Awareness Week and Upcoming Events -- Part1
VIDEO ORIGINALLY AIRED ON MONDAY, APRIL 30th, 2012.
News12 broadcast about the BDPA New Jersey Chapter Families in Technology Day (F.I.T.) event for Saturday, May 5th, 2012 at NJIT in Newark, New Jersey. Register at: http://bdpanjfamiliesintechnology9.eventbrite.com/
F.I.T. Day is geared to elevate technology awareness in the surrounding communities. During the event, attendees engage in workshops on computing basics, computer repair, the Internet, personal communication, and other subjects.
The BDPA NJ Chapter also gives away--sponsor-donated computers, devices, and software to families who attend.