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What is BDPA?

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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Technology Innovators Wanted

Where are the Black in Technology? BDPA is home to Blacks in Technology who are Corporate Professionals and Entrepreneurs such as, Scientists, Mobile Application, Big Data Analysts, Project Managers, Healthcare IT Professionals, Software Developers, Certified Cyber Security Professionals. Blacks in Information Technology who are making noise BDPA has a national platform for you to stand on to get the exposure you deserve.

 

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Johnson & Johnson Scholarship (Deadline: 6/2/2017)

Johnson & Johnson is a Gold-Level Sponsor of BDPA. We are proud to offer the Johnson & Johnson Scholarship to any eligible college student!

 

The Johnson & Johnson Scholarship seeks to provide financial assistance to any rising sophomore or higher student at a 4-year college or university. The objective of this scholarship is to support students who are committed to their academic studies and demonstrate evidence of being a good citizen as stated in the Johnson & Johnson Credo. The criteria and eligibility for the award are detailed in the application.

Johnson and Johnson Scholarship

 

The Johnson & Johnson Scholarship provides up to seven (7) $2,500 one-time only scholarships for a college student with a STEM major, strong community involvement and a minimum GPA of 3.0. The next step is yours! Do you know anyone in your chapter who might be interested in this $2,500 college scholarship? The completed application, typed essay, two letters of recommendation, official transcript and resume must be received on or before Friday, June 2, 2017.

 

39th Annual BDPA Technology Conference and Career Fair

At Professional Diversity Network, we know that career advancement directly relates to the professional network that you cultivate. Join us for a unique,

complimentary event designed to give diverse professionals a chance to network, socialize and increase your career success. Engage with corporate leaders and make quality connections that will help you build a solid network of professionals who value diversity.

Information Technology professionals from varying industries and locations come together to learn, share ideas and build strategic networks. The BDPA Technology Career Fair is open to BDPA members who attend from across the USA and FREE to all local Cincinnati and surrounding area STEM professionals. 

 

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