Friday, March 2, 2012

Grant Proposal: Computer Science Collaboration Project (BDPA Los Angeles)

BDPA Education and Technology Foundation (BETF) is proud to report that our online mini-grant application to the Engaging Hispanic/Latino(a) Youth Leadership Team has been successfully submitted. We asked for funding to support the training of 50 high school students by our BDPA chapter in Los Angeles.

Our understanding is that we should learn the grant award decision from the Computer Science Collaboration Project team by mid-March.

John Malonson, Dr. Antonia Boadi and Beverly Allen
BETF appreciates the support of BDPA Los Angeles chapter president John Malonson, Intelligence Community Center of Academic Excellence director Dr. Antonia Boadi from Cal-State University (Dominguez Hills) and BDPA Los Angeles chapter HSCC coordinator Beverly Allen. These are the leaders who provided us with information about this potential funding source.

Wish us luck! Better yet, please help us directly with a donation to the Brandon Gardner Memorial Scholarship in support of BDPA Los Angeles chapter high school students.

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