To increase enterprise value across all technology domains, National BDPA's Washington, D.C. Chapter provides several engagement levels for Industry Stakeholders, Small Businesses, local communities, colleges, and universities. Impact Investments with National BDPA and local BDPA Chapters are necessary to optimally staff and meet 'Smart City' workforce requirements projected before 2025 and beyond.
Use our global registration portal to apply for Full or Student BDPA memberships to join local BDPA Chapters.
Membership landing page → BDPA.org | #BDPAfuture
For a prospectus or detailed grant proposal to fund or support any or all of the following engagements listed below, send an introductory email expressing your organization's interests to:
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Tech Career Paths
Relationships + Talent Acquisition
Partnering and engaging local or regional BDPA Chapters encourage and incentivize information communications technology (ICT) industry stakeholders, start-ups, BDPA Members, and BDPA Student Members to secure new Industry 4.0 success stories.
New industries and multi-dimensional career paths rapidly are emerging to support Smart City infrastructure initiatives, Artificial Intelligence (Ai), Cybersecurity, and Quantum Computing.
Top Coders, Jr. Devs, and BDPA Student Members attend annual National BDPA Conferences and Regional Youth Tech Summits with BDPA Chapters, Industry Mission-Partners, and BDPA Sponsors. Interns are cordially welcome to join us!
1998 BDPA Student Member
1999 BDPA HSCC Alumna
Stanford University Alumna
MBA from MIT's Sloan School of Management
Founder & CEO, Blendoor
I was accepted into all five schools that I applied to with full scholarships: University of Maryland (College Park), Spelman College, Columbia University, Duke University, and Stanford University. I’ve given my testimonial to just give a small example of how BDPA is impacting the community on a large scale.