Tech Association announces Earth Day Summit

WASHINGTON, D.C. (bdpatoday.com) — BDPA of Greater Washington, D.C. (BDPA-DC), an information and communications technology (ICT) local trade association, announces an Earth Day themed technology and cyber career summit for College, Community College, Vocational Technology, and High School students to partner with Industry.

Participating industry and government executives, information technology (IT) experts, and cybersecurity professionals serving as mentors or presenters are invited to present round-table workshops with regional mission-partners to new members, transitioning veterans, students, and general audiences to discuss emerging technologies, the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), and “Planet Earth.”

earth17-cyberkeyboardNow in its tenth successful year, BDPA-DC’s Advance Planning Briefing for Interns (APBi) series continues into 2017 with a Spring APBI, CyberEarth17, at the Washington Marriott Wardman Park followed by a Summer APBI, 2017 Regional Innovation Summit, at Bowie State University. Regional Innovation summits are presented on campus every June with participating Historically Black Colleges and Universities or Minority Serving Institutions (HBCU/MSIs.)

Chartered in 1978, BDPA-DC continues ICT and cybersecurity awareness campaigns with Industry, Academia, and Government. #CyberEarth17, an all-in-one science, cyber, and technology career summit with young adults. Onsite registration and check-in begin April 21-22, 2017 at the Washington Marriott Wardman Park. Online registration is open for members and the general public by visiting BDPADC.org.

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About BDPA, Washington, D.C.
BDPA’s mission in the District of Columbia and the National Capital Region (NCR) is to bridge cybersecurity (CS), information technology (IT) and telecommunications competency gaps in urban, under-represented, and underserved communities. Local chapter goals in the National Capital Region (NCR) include, but are not limited to, providing IT and CS educational programs, industry publications, and community outreach services for professionals, young adults, and youth in direct support of software development initiatives, cyberspace workforce development, and government relations. Visit BDPADC.org for strategic partnerships, programs, and new membership information.

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