BETF Awards $900 Grant Award to BDPA Seattle

Ann Robinson

BDPA Education and Technology Foundation (BETF) approved a $900 grant disbursement to BDPA Seattle chapter.  BDPA Seattle chapter president Ann Robinson requested the funding for the kickoff event to rejuvenate BDPA programs and services in the Pacific Northwest area. The event takes place on November 19, 2015 at the African American Museum in Seattle.

BDPA Seattle is the most prestigious IT organization in the Pacific Northwest and throughout the technology industry. It is very important that Seattle residents are plugged into a nationwide network of IT entrepreneurs, executives, professionals and students throughout the industry. BDPA Seattle seeks to advance the careers of its members in the technology industry from the classroom to the boardroom.

Ann Robinson noted, "As the President, I am here to support and help you with anything that you need to support your future endeavors. We provide professional development programs, workshops, IT career pathway, online resume service, career fairs, entrepreneurial opportunities, high school and college programs and many other services that will help you in your success. BDPA shifts your career into overdrive."

BETF is very proud to provide the funding to get the BDPA message out to our Pacific Northwest stakeholders.

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