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BDPA (Black Data Processing Associates) is a non-profit organization of professionals working in or having interest in the Computer Science and Information Technology Fields.

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37th Annual BDPA Technology Conference and Career Fair

Technology is evolving and reshaping the world with innovative solutions.  BDPA has been a vital part of this evolution for 40 years.  The upcoming technology conference will be focused on how you as an individual in the technology field can be a part of this evolution and embrace the current and upcoming digital landscape.

 

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Be part of a national movement and make a difference in the lives of African American information technology professionals as we work together to create the changes needed for diverse work environments and supportive communities.

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CompTIA ChannelCon

BDPA’s new strategic partnership with CompTIA provides complimentary access for BDPA members to ChannelCon 2015, CompTIA’s premier education and networking. ChannelCon 2015 will be held August 3-5 at the Hilton Chicago. BDPA will host a welcome reception on August 2nd at 7pm and invites all BDPA members to join us for networking. Click the link below to register.

 

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2015 Annual Technology Conference Featured Speaker

General Colin L. Powell was the first African American appointed as the U.S. Secretary of State, and the first, and so far the only, to serve on the Joint Chiefs of Staff. He is a United States statesman and a retired four-star general in the United States Army. He was the 65th United States Secretary of State (2001-2005), serving under President George W. Bush. General Powell was born in Harlem in 1937. His parents were Jamaican immigrants who stressed the importance of education and personal achievement.

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Featured Member

 

Mike Williams, Vice President of BDPA 

A proud native of Paterson, New Jersey, Williams discovered his desire to give back in 1997 when he opened an Internet Café and began to provide free access to computers for disadvantaged youth. Because of his commitment to community, mentorship, and technology, Williams contributes his time, treasure, and talents to support local and national nonprofit organizations that align with his personal mission and values.  “I am very excited about BDPA’s future and its continuation of building on the 40-year legacy of developing future technology talent. 

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