Monday, August 12, 2013

BDPA Middle Tennessee High School Computer Competition Team (2013)

The Student Information Technology Education & Scholarship (SITES) program is growing stronger all across the nation. Evidence of this fact can be found in Nashville, TN ... home of our BDPA Middle Tennessee chapter. The SITES program is designed to instruct students in technology and build them for success in the future business world.

Here are the young people in the 2013 SITES program in Middle Tennessee:

Back row (L-R): Donald Black II, Corey Crowder, Marvin Nde, Bryan Nde, Kareem DaSilva
Front row (L-R): Braylen Love, Patrice Buckley, Katherine Holbert, Kameron Malone, Charlton White
Not in photo: Tiffani Thompson, Ashton Fletcher, Cynthia Kamga, Jasmine Ivie, Nataya Wade, Julian Kirby, Alexis Greer

BDPA Middle Tennessee chapter is growing the research capability of its students by implementing the BDPA IT Showcase on a local level. The students have researched and presented their findings in a wide-range of topics that include: Artificial Life, Cyber Security and Social Media. In addition to the technical instruction given by BDPA volunteers to these young people ... there is a focus on grooming the life skills of students including: Decision Making, Financial Literacy, Goal Setting, Personal Responsibility, Problem Solving, Professionalism, Project Management and Time Management.

This is an excited, extremely bright group of students that came ready to learn each Saturday! We need your help ... please make a secure online donation right away to the BDPA Middle Tennessee Scholarship Fund.

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