Monday, June 29, 2015

High School Computer Competition Team (Atlanta, 2015)

BDPA Atlanta uses its Student Information Technology Education & Scholarship (SITES) program to teach high school students how to create Web Applications using the following programming languages; HTML, CSS, SQL, MySQL, and PHP.

BDPA SITES students learn how to code. They also receive coaching regarding their personal and professional development. BDPA Atlanta volunteer works with students on team building, public speaking, time management, presentation skills and goal setting. The chapter seeks to equip, encourage and enlighten its students for current and future opportunities in the IT industry.

Maurice Weston, Majazz Allah, Madeline Veira, Evan Marable, Lloyd Alexander, Jamal Musa
Jonecia Trice, Akilah Weston, Suntheng Taing, Nicolas Badila, Austin Marable

Not in the Picture: Yash Shirsath, Zaria Brown, Jordan Thompson
BDPA Atlanta chapter has a strong legacy in the national championship having won the entire thing in 2012. The chapter now plans to take a new group of youngsters to Washington DC to compete the 30th annual National BDPA HSCC championship.

You can help BDPA Atlanta chapter with a secure online donation! The next step is yours. What say u?

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