BETF Grant Disbursement: BDPA Charlotte ($9,063)
BDPA Education and Technology Foundation (BETF) is pleased to announce approval of $9,063 grant disbursement to BDPA Greater Charlotte chapter.
This grant disbursement flows smoothly with our vision to achieve,
through investment in education and technology, an informed Black
community prepared to lead and leverage the knowledge revolution for the
benefit of the community-at-large.
BDPA Charlotte chapter presidentMarkus Beamer
requested the funding to pay for its Student Information Technology
Education & Scholarship (SITES) program in 2013. This project
lasted for eight months and allowed IT professionals to teach high
school students how to build 3-tier web applications.
The SITES program introduces these young people to real-world problems and assists them in building solutions for those problems. The highest performers from this program were awarded an all-expenses paid trip to Washington DC to participate in the Youth Technology Camp and compete in the 2013 National BDPA High School Computer Competition championship!
We can only make these grant disbursements for BDPA programs, scholarships and services if we have donations from people like you --> https://www.networkforgood.org/donation/ExpressDonation.aspx?ORGID2=52-1806848