Overview: BDPA Detroit (2012)


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BDPA Detroit chapter president Beverly Moore led a discussion with her chapter members in January 2012 to discuss the vision and plans for the upcoming calendar year. This is the .ppt deck used during that presentation.

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Overview: BDPA Detroit (2012)

  1. 1. BLACK DATA PROCESSING ASSOCIATES (BDPA) Detroit Chapter2012 – 2013 BDPA Detroit Vision
  2. 2. 2012 – 2013 BDPA Detroit Vision 1. About BDPA 2. National BDPA 3. Detroit Strategic Objective 4. Member Benefits 5. Corporate Benefits 6. Next Steps 2
  3. 3. About BDPA Founded in 1975MissionBDPA is a global member focused technology organization that deliversprograms and services for the professional well-being of its stakeholdersVisionBe a powerful advocate for our stakeholders’ interests within theglobal technology industryProgramsAdvancing careers from the classroom to the boardroom 3
  4. 4. 2012 – 2013 BDPA Detroit Vision Strategy Objectives Bring Back the Magic Operational Organization Member Value Clean Up Transformation Proposition• Constancy monthly IE • Increased • Delivery and meetings Membership and execution of Member programs and• Automations participation services for all and Innovation stakeholders • Increased• Market participation and Research support to HSCC• Compliance • Pay it forward 4
  5. 5. National BDPA National Member Demographics 5% 10% Managers and Senior Executives 25% Entrepreneurs and 60% Consultants High School Students IT Professionals Over 2,000 members in over 40 statesWhat are the stats for Detroit area – We need to find out 5
  6. 6. Membership Benefits Are You Getting Enough From Your Career?BDPA can help you advance your career in the IT profession. We giveprofessionals, executives, entrepreneurs and students an IT career pathway from the "Classroom tothe Boardroom". Through education, mentoring, services and business networking, BDPA promotesinnovation, technical skills, business savvy and personal growth. Professionals and ExecutivesGet access to mentoring, professional coaching, certified training, job placement and other valuableresources. Maximize networking opportunities locally and nationally to build the connectionsyou need to keep advancing your career. EntrepreneursIf you provide IT-related services and products, BDPA helps your bottom line. We introduce yourbusiness to individuals with purchasing power, or influence the decision to purchase yourproduct. Interact with potential business partners, investors, and employees. High School and College StudentsIf you are considering a future in IT, or want to learn more about technology, BDPA helps youdevelop technical skills, introduce you to role models, and open doors leading to thatimportant internship and first job.
  7. 7. Corporate Benefits The BDPA Detroit Corporate Sponsorship Program BDPA Programs and ServicesLocal Chapter Professional Development Programs Monthly Exchange Meeting Community Service Opportunities Networking and Partner Opportunities with Industry IT Leaders Job Seekers Forum Chapter Advisor Council (CAC)Student Programs Student Information Technology Education & Scholarship (SITES) training programs Youth Technology Camp (YTC) National High School Computer Competition (HSCC) Awards & Scholarships National High School & College IT Showcase HSCC Alumni Program College Student Internship Program (SIP) College Mentoring Program College Scholars Program
  8. 8. Corporate Benefits The BDPA Corporate Sponsorship ProgramIT Professional Development BDPA IT Institute, featuring professional IT certifications and discounted courses National BDPA Technology Conference, featuring professional workshops & seminars Information Technology Senior Management Forum (ITSMF) Executive Protégé Program Leadership & Career Development Webinars National BDPA Career Center and Talent Management SystemBDPA National Programs and Services Corporate Awards Program Entrepreneur Advisory Group Black Family Technology Awareness Week (BFTAW)
  9. 9. Members Corporate Supports BDPA Detroit Leaders for 2012-2013How can we support You 9
  10. 10. Next Steps BDPA Detroit Leaders for 2012-2013 Strategy and Planning Session Saturday January 21, 2012 8:30 am – 3:00pmMembers are welcomed to participate 10