Monday, April 19, 2010

Message from Philadelphia Chapter President

Our Student Information Technology Education & Scholarship (SITES) program has a new class of talented and dedicated students along with a state of the art technology center. The students have been working hard under the tutelage of our phenomenal instructor, Brian Stempin. Brian has put together an exciting program and the students have responded with attentive eyes and ears. The facility is provided by DeVry University in Center City Philadelphia and boasts 24 desktops and SMART board projection. The class meets on Saturday from 10-2.

They lift my spirits every time I visit. Seeing our high school students devote their Saturdays to expand and enhance their technology skills is the epitome of BDPA values. This is one my major motivations for volunteering for BDPA Philadelphia. It helps to promote my vision of filling the pipeline with our technologists of the future. Ensuring that our next generation is prepared to lead.

I offer my sincere thanks to Brian Stempin, Celeste Robinson, Sally McNamara, Adena Johnston, Norman Williams, and Byron C. Mayes for their tireless dedication and contributions to our students and program.

Hayward West, President
BDPA Philadelphia Chapter

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