Thursday, January 10, 2002

The Free Library, 1/10/2002 (BDPA Los Angeles)

Martin Luther King Day NAACP Career Fair to Feature Top L.A. Employers on Jan. 21. For several thousand professionals from all communities and more than 45 leading local and national employers, opportunity comes in the form of the NAACP. Partnering with the NAACP Career Fair to promote workforce diversity are Black Data Processing Associates (BDPA) Los Angeles Chapter, Forty Plus, LULAC - California and the National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering (NACME).

Read the full press release here.

Monday, January 7, 2002

Business Courier of Cincinnati, 1/7/2002 (Franklin Mayfield, Marshall LaNier)

Dot Cincinnati: Cincinnati chapter of BDPA. A Walnut Hills Web designer is predicting "interactive fun" for those cruising the new and upgraded site from the Cincinnati chapter of Black Data Processing Associates.

Read the full media story here.

Sunday, January 6, 2002

Cincinnati Enquirer, 1/6/2002 (Gina Billings, Blaine Clark, Wayne Hicks, Frank Hill)

Group Trains Teens in Technology Skills. The Cincinnati chapter of the Black Data Processing Association (BDPA) has in recent years run programs training teens interested in computers or technology. Called the Student Information Technology Education & Scholarship Program, or SITES, the program consists of a computer camp, a youth technology seminar series and the formation of a team for the National Computer Competition.

Read the full Cincinnati Enquirer story here.