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BDPA Chicago Corporate Portfolio (2010)

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This is 22-page portfolio from BDPA Chicago chapter. It describes the chapter's history, programs, services and corporate sponsorship opportunities. …

This is 22-page portfolio from BDPA Chicago chapter. It describes the chapter's history, programs, services and corporate sponsorship opportunities.

SOURCE: http://www.bdpa-chicago.org/BDPA_202010_20Portfolio2.ppt

This is a document that should be used as a 'best practice' by all other BDPA chapters!

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  • 1. PORTFOLIO November, 2009 Chicago Chapter
  • 2. Programs and Services 200 S. Wacker Drive, 15 th Floor Chicago, IL 60606 (31 2) 575-8503 www.bdpa-chicago.org Black Data Processing Associates (BDPA)
  • 3. BDPA National Organization
    • History and Purpose
    • Black Data Processing Associates (BDPA) is a not-for-profit professional association founded in 1975 in Philadelphia, PA. BDPA has grown into a national organization with over 40 chapters chartered throughout the United States.
    • Organization membership is open to all with expressed interest in the information technology industry regardless of race, sex, religious beliefs or national origin.
  • 4. BDPA Education & Technology Foundation (BETF)
    • History and Purpose
    • BETF is a 501 (c) 3 educational organization. Gifts and contributions to BETF are tax deductible. Most BDPA local chapters carry 501 (c) 6 status. Since 1975, BDPA has educated and trained minority professionals working in the information technology industry. BDPA has successfully reached out to many, and has provided opportunities through networking, educational programs, monthly seminars, monthly workshops and annual conferences.
    • Educational and technical opportunities still reach the African American community at a slow pace. BDPA has a larger task and broader range of people (especially youth) to reach. Recognizing the need for accelerated action, the BETF was established.
  • 5. BDPA Chicago Chapter
    • OBJECTIVES
    • To accumulate a pool of data processing knowledge and business experience with the intention of utilizing these resources to strengthen the expertise of minority members of the data processing community
    • To offer this expertise to those minorities evaluating data processing for future career/business potential
    • To broaden the data processing knowledge of the minority community as a whole, and participate in all activities directly related thereto
    • MEMBERSHIP
    • Broad spectrum of Information Technology Professionals
    • Members welcomed without regard to race, sex, religious beliefs or national origin
    • More than 50 major corporations represented
      • Entrepreneurs
      • Educators
      • Students
    • The Chicago Chapter was chartered March 16, 1986, and is currently the largest BDPA chapter, with over 500 members.
    • STRUCTURE
    • Governed by Board of Directors
    • 6 Elected Officers
    • 8 Appointed Directors
    • FINANCIAL ACCOUNTABILITY
    • Funded by membership dues, funding events grants and donations
  • 6.
    • The BDPA Chicago Chapter CAC was established in April 1990 and is comprised of corporate representatives who have joined in support and sponsorship of BDPA Chicago Chapter programs and activities. The CAC functions as an advisory board to the Chicago Chapter Board of Directors and hosts the Annual Education Banquet and CIO Reception. Members of the CAC determine membership in the CAC and provide advice and counsel to the President and officers of BDPA, The CAC meets monthly on the last Tuesday. Standing sub-committees meet as necessary to carry out their objectives.
    • OBJECTIVES
    • Serve as a sounding board for ideas and programs
    • Provide business leadership to enable the organization to function effectively
    • Assist with the development of strategies for funding CAC members provide funding and support to BDPA to carry out professional development and education outreach programs
    • MEMBERSHIP
    • The CAC is comprised of senior management from corporations who have expressed interest in BDPA activities and is by invitation of the Corporate Advisory Council.
    Corporate Advisory Council (CAC) Profile
  • 7. BDPA Chicago Chapter Activities
    • Monthly Program Meetings -Timeframe: Every 3rd Friday, January thru November
    • These meetings are held for information sharing, networking and center around formal presentations in leading edge technology.
    • Professional Development Seminars and Workshops - Timeframe: Continuous
    • Seminars, workshops and professional certification study groups are held on a variety of topics like Web page design (JAVA, HTML), Microsoft Office tools, Novell Software, data security, career development and personal development.
      • Special Interest Groups (SIGs) are developed and conducted with current technologies and events in the Information Technology industry. BDPA Chicago Chapter is also instrumental in coordinating and conducting seminars and workshops at the National BDPA Convention annually.
    • Communications - Timeframe: Continuous
    • Along with monthly program meetings, several communications have been created to effectively communicate with other interested parties. They are:
      • The BDPA Chicago Chapter web site www.bdpa-chicago.org
      • A voicemail and messaging system that announces upcoming events and accepts message for follow-up contact
      • BDPA Chicago Chapter Newsletter
  • 8. BDPA Chicago Chapter Activities
    • Corporate Marketing – Timeframe: Continuous
    • This is a structured program of meetings, proposals, and requests for corporate support of BDPA programs and activities. This activity is structured around corporate contact at CAC meetings, Banquets and the CIO Reception.
    • CIO Reception - Timeframe: November
    • A reception for Chicago area Senior Information Technology Managers that not only gives them the opportunity to learn about BDPA Chicago Chapter programs and activities, but also gives them the rare opportunity to network with each other.
  • 9. BDPA Chicago Chapter Activities
    • Awards Banquet – Timeframe: January
    • This event is held annually to acknowledge contributions of the members, acknowledge contributions of supporting and sponsoring corporations, recognize community volunteers and raise funds to support the chapter's operating budget.
    • Career Fair - Timeframe: January
    • This event is held to give exposure to our sponsors, provide career opportunities to our members in the City of Chicago and surrounding suburbs and raise funds to support our scholarship fund.
  • 10. BDPA Chicago Chapter Activities
    • Education Banquet – Timeframe: June
    • Sponsored by the BDPA Chicago Chapter Corporate Advisory Council, at this event, funds are raised to support scholarships, support team training and defray expenses relating to participation in the National Computer Competition and other educational programs.
    • Golf Outing – Timeframe: May
    • Sponsored by BDPA Chicago Chapter, raises funds to support scholarship fund, support team training, defray expenses relating to participation in the National Computer Competition and other educational programs.
  • 11. BDPA Chicago Chapter Achievements
    • 2009
    • Largest Chapter within BDPA
    • 1 st and 3 rd Place Winners of Midwest Regional High School Computer Competition
    • 2008
    • Largest Chapter within BDPA
    • 3 rd Place National Conference High School Computer Competition Winner
    • 2007
    • Largest Chapter within BDPA
    • 1 st and 3 rd Place Winners of Midwest Regional High School Computer Competition
    • 3 rd Place National Conference High School Computer Competition Winner
    • Management Award
    • 2006
    • Celebrated the 20th Year Anniversary of BDPA Chicago Chapter
    • 1 st Place National Conference High School Computer Competition Winner
    • 1 st and 2 nd Place Winners of Midwest Regional High School Computer Competition
  • 12. National BDPA Technology Conference
    • The national conference held in August is an annual forum dedicated to joining IT Professionals with the latest technology advances, and career and professional development opportunities. The mission is to provide access to the most innovative concepts in emerging technologies, theories, research and education.
    • Full registration to this event includes access to leading edge workshops and seminars, plenary sessions, opening ceremony and awards gala, conference guide, conference proceedings and a souvenir conference bag.
  • 13. BDPA Corporate Chapter Program
    • Abbott Laboratories
    • Allstate Insurance
    • Baxter International
    • CNA Financial
    • Computer Resource Solutions
    • Daugherty Business Solutions
    • Dunn Solutions Group
    • Exelon
    • HCL America
    • Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois
    • Blackwell Consulting Service (BCS)
    • Chicago Public Schools (CPS)
    • Diamond Management and Technology Consultants
    • i.c. stars
    • Magellan Associates
    • Media Specialists, Inc.
    • Navistar International
    • Penick and Associates
    • Robert Morris University
    • Sentinel Technologies, Inc.
    • State Farm Insurance
    • Thoughtworks
    • VisionIT
    • Hewitt Associates
    • HSBC North America
    • IBM
    • JPMorgan Chase
    • Kraft Foods
    • McDonald’s
    • Microsoft
    • U.S. Cellular
    • UBS Investment Bank
    • Walgreen Company
    BDPA CHICAGO SPONSORS BDPA CHICAGO SUPPORTERS
  • 14. BDPA Corporate Chapter Program
    • To achieve the benefits of becoming a corporate partner, the BDPA Corporate Chapter Program presents an organized forum, within a company, for employees to meet on a regular basis in support of the mission and goals of the corporation and the National BDPA organization.
    • The fundamental objectives are to:
      • Enhance communications among employees throughout the corporation
      • Develop teams and collaborative efforts
      • Initiate meaningful technology projects
      • Support a Mentor or Internship Program
      • Ensure employee participation in community service activities
      • Maintain a positive, diverse and professional work environment
      • Develop leadership and management through volunteerism
      • Enhance pride in the corporation
      • Increase BDPA membership and national conference participation
      • Provide a forum to interact with Information Technology product purchasers
      • Increase access to talent pools of qualified candidates
  • 15. BDPA Chicago Chapter Sponsorship Packages BRONZE BRONZE PLUS SILVER GOLD PLATINUM CORPORATE SPONSOR CORPORATE SUPPORTER $10,000 $15,000 $25,000 $50,000 $100,000 $5,000 $2,500 Sponsorship Levels
  • 16. BDPA Chicago Chapter Sponsorship Packages
    • Awards Banquet Table ($2,500)
    • Education Banquet Table ($2,000)
    • HSCC Scholarship Fund ($1,500)
    • HSCC Operating Expense ($1,500)
    • Chapter Operating Expenses ($4,500)
    • Golf Outing ($5,000)
    • Additional Education Banquet Table ($1,000)
    • Additional Awards Banquet Table ($1,250)
    • HSCC Training Materials ($1,200)
    • 60 Full Memberships ($4,500)
    • Includes ad in the BDPA Chicago Chapter Newsletter
    • Includes Corporate Partners link on BDPA Chicago Chapter Website: (http://www.bdpa-chicago.org/corpPartners.htm)
    • Banquet Tables include ad in the Souvenir Banquet Book and an invitation to the Corporate Executive Reception
    • Recognition Presentation at major event (Awards Banquet, Education Banquet, CIO Reception)
    • Press release announcing sponsorship
    • Usage of chapter email distribution systems to communicate career opportunities and other corporate announcements
    • Access to BDPA Chicago Chapter Job System (Resume and Job Posting Database)
    • Participation in BDPA Chicago Chapter Student Internship Program
    Recommended Sponsorship Packages $25,000 Silver Corporate Sponsor Package Silver Package:
  • 17. BDPA Chicago Chapter Sponsorship Packages
    • Awards Banquet Table ($2,500)
    • Education Banquet Table ($2,000)
    • HSCC Scholarship Fund ($1,500)
    • HSCC Operating Expense ($1,500)
    • Chapter Operating Expenses ($4,500)
    • 40 Full Memberships ($3,000)
    • Includes ad in the BDPA Chicago Chapter Newsletter
    • Includes Corporate Partners link on BDPA Chicago Chapter Website: (http://www.bdpa-chicago.org/corpPartners.htm)
    • Banquet Tables include ad in the Souvenir Banquet Book and an invitation to the Corporate Executive Reception
    • Recognition Presentation at major event (Awards Banquet, Education Banquet, CIO Reception)
    • Press release announcing sponsorship
    • Usage of chapter email distribution systems to communicate career opportunities and other corporate announcements
    • Access to BDPA Chicago Chapter Job System (Resume and Job Posting Database)
    • Participation in BDPA Chicago Chapter Student Internship Program
    Recommended Sponsorship Packages $15,000 Bronze Plus Corporate Sponsor Package Bronze Plus Package:
  • 18. BDPA Chicago Chapter Sponsorship Packages
    • Awards Banquet Table ($2,500)
    • HSCC Scholarship Fund ($1,500)
    • HSCC Operating Expense ($1,500)
    • Chapter Operating Expenses ($4,500)
    • 20 Full Memberships ($3,000)
    • Includes ad in the BDPA Chicago Chapter Newsletter
    • Includes Corporate Partners link on BDPA Chicago Chapter Website: (http://www.bdpa-chicago.org/corpPartners.htm)
    • Banquet Tables include ad in the Souvenir Banquet Book and an invitation to the Corporate Executive Reception
    • Recognition Presentation at major event (Awards Banquet, Education Banquet, CIO Reception)
    • Press release announcing sponsorship
    • Usage of chapter email distribution systems to communicate career opportunities and other corporate announcements
    • Access to BDPA Chicago Chapter Job System (Resume and Job Posting Database)
    • Participation in BDPA Chicago Chapter Student Internship Program
    Recommended Sponsorship Packages $10,000 Bronze Corporate Sponsor Package Bronze Package:
  • 19. BDPA Chicago Chapter Sponsorship Packages
    • Awards Banquet Table ($2,500)
    • HSCC Scholarship Fund ($1,500)
    • HSCC Operating Expense ($1,500)
    • Chapter Operating Expenses ($4,500)
    • 20 Full Memberships ($3,000)
    • Includes ad in the BDPA Chicago Chapter Newsletter
    • Includes Corporate Partners link on BDPA Chicago Chapter Website: (http://www.bdpa-chicago.org/corpPartners.htm)
    • Recognition Presentation at major event (Awards Banquet, Education Banquet, CIO Reception)
    • Press release announcing sponsorship
    • Usage of chapter email distribution systems to communicate career opportunities and other corporate announcements
    • Access to BDPA Chicago Chapter Job System (Resume and Job Posting Database)
    • Participation in BDPA Chicago Chapter Student Internship Program
    Recommended Sponsorship Packages $5,000 Corporate Sponsor Package Corporate Sponsor Package:
  • 20. BDPA Chicago Chapter Sponsorship Packages
    • Awards Banquet Table ($2,500)
    • HSCC Scholarship Fund ($1,500)
    • HSCC Operating Expense ($1,500)
    • Chapter Operating Expenses ($4,500)
    • 20 Full Memberships ($3,000)
    • Workshop or Reception Sponsor ($2,500)
    • Two Full Memberships ($150)
    • Includes Corporate Partners link on BDPA Chicago Chapter Website: (http://www.bdpa-chicago.org/corpPartners.htm)
    Recommended Sponsorship Packages $2,500 Corporate Supporter Package Corporate Supporter Package:
  • 21. BDPA Chicago Chapter Sponsorship Packages
    • Adult Member ($75 each)
    • Awards Banquet Sponsor ($50,000)
    • Banquet Entertainment Sponsor ($1,500)
    • Banquet Executive Reception Sponsor ($2,500)
    • Banquet Favors ($2,500)
    • Banquet Souvenir Book Ad ($250 full page, $150 ½ page)
    • Banquet Souvenir Book Sponsor ($2,500)
    • Banquet VIP Reception Sponsor ($7,500)
    • Black Family Technology Awareness Week ($1,200)
    • CIO Reception ($15,000)
    • Education Banquet Sponsor ($30,000)
    • Golf outing ($7,500)
    • High School Computer Competition Conference Support ($1,500/student)
    • High School Student Training Material Sponsor ($1,200/student)
    • National BDPA Student Internship Program ($1,000, $500 to National BDPA)
    • Program Book Ads ($350 half page, $700 full page)
    • Program Meeting Sponsor ($750)
    • Provide lunch for training sessions ($150/session)
    • Publication Advertisement ($1,500)
    • Recruiting Open House ($7,500)
    • Regional High School Computer Competition ($4,000)
    • Social Function after Program Meeting ($1,000)
    • Student Empowerment Retreat ($10,000)
    • Student Member ($15 each)
    • Underwrite Student Conference Registration ($200 each)
    • Workshop Sponsor ($2,500)
    Ala Carte Pricing
  • 22. BDPA Chicago Chapter Sponsorship Packages
    • Award Banquet Ticket/Table Pricing
    • $125 Ticket
    • $1,250 Small Table or Additional table – includes a table for 10
    • $1,875 Business Table – includes table for 10 with admission to the Executive Reception or ½ page Ad in Program Book
    • $2,500 Corporate Table includes a select table for 10 with admission to the Executive Reception and one full page Ad in Program Book
    • Education Banquet Ticket/table Pricing
    • $100 ticket
    • $1,000 Small table or additional table – includes a table for 10 with admission to the Executive Reception or ½ page Ad in program book
    • $2,000 Corporate Table – includes a select table for 10 with admission to the Executive Reception and one full-page Ad in Program Book
    Ala Carte Pricing (Premium*)
    • Notes:
    • Prices listed are provided as estimates only. Actual sponsorship packages may vary.
    • All Chicago Chapter Sponsorship Packages will allocate a minimum of 43,000 for Chapter Operating Expenses and $1,500 for the High School Computer Competition Scholarship Fund.
    • *Premium items are fund raising events and are not traditionally available as ala carte options.

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