BDPA Education and Technology Foundation (BETF or BDPA Foundation) is a 501(c)3 non-profit charity, founded in 1992 to support the education and technical programs of Black Data Processing Associates (BDPA).
BETF recognizes that to close the gap of computer and technology literacy, minority youth must participate and compete in today’s digital economy. We want students from historically disadvantaged communities to learn advanced computer science and community responsibility from any of the BDPA chapters located around the nation.
Congratulations 2018 Scholarship Winners!
Throughout the year, local chapters conduct SITES (Student Information Technology Education and Scholarships) training programs for youth in their communities. The programs are designed to expose the youth to computers and give them the expertise to develop web applications. After competition in regional competitions, each BDPA chapter is able to send 3-5 students to the National Conference and Compete Nationally. BDPA would like to congratulate this years winners!