Saturday, December 18, 2010

WJBC, 12/18/2010 (Javelin Lawrence)

Bridging the Technology Gap Locally. A group that aims to bridge the technology gap is hosting its first competition in Bloomington-Normal. Black Data Processing Associates is putting on a citywide technology showcase at heartland Community College where high school students will show off their tech skills.
It’s not just about (information technology), you have technology that extends into medicine, engineering, architecture,” Vice President Javelin Lawrence said. “It’s getting our students focused and getting them engaged a lot more than they are today.”
Read the rest of the WJBC article.

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