BDPA Corporate Sales: Detroit (2013)

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BDPA Corporate Sales: Detroit (2013)

  1. 1. PORTFOLIOJanuary, 2013
  2. 2. Detroit Chapter04/27/13 204/27/13 2Portfolio ReviewTechTown440 Burroughs Suite 15Detroit, MI 48202(313) 451- 4770www.bdpa-detroit.orgBeverly A. Moore, MBA, PMPBDPA Detroit Chapter President
  3. 3. Detroit Chapter04/27/13 3BDPA Detroit Chapter Executive BoardLeft to right – Clifford Samuels Jr., Michelle Morgan, Loraine Steward-David, Beverly A. Moore, Leslie Hampton. MatthewGillery, Jenelle Hale (not pictured)
  4. 4. Detroit Chapter04/27/13 4BDPA National OrganizationHistory and Purpose• Black Data Processing Associates (BDPA) is a not-for-profitprofessional association founded in 1975 in Philadelphia, PA.Earl Pace and the late David Wimberly founded BDPA inMay of 1975. BDPA was formed out of a concern shared byboth men that minorities were not adequately represented inthe information technology industry.• The purpose of BDPA is to promote advancement ofminorities in technology related fields• The first BDPA chapter was organized in Philadelphia, PA.The Detroit was the fifth chapter, organized in 1981• BDPA has grown into a national organization with over 40chapters throughout the United States.Earl A. Pace Jr.National BDPA Co-Founder
  5. 5. Detroit Chapter04/27/13 5BDPA Detroit ChapterOBJECTIVES• To promote the growth, expertise ofminorities in information technology relatedfields and provide leadership, communitysupport and career advancement for itsmembers.• To offer profession development andtechnical career expertise to thoseinterested in information technologyopportunities.• To broaden the knowledge of the ITProfessional and the community as awhole, by participating in activities directlyrelated to Information technology as a wayof bridging the digital divide.MEMBERSHIP• Broad spectrum of Information TechnologyProfessionals from the classroom to theBoardroom• Membership is welcomed without regard torace, sex, religious beliefs or nationalorigin• Composed of major corporationsrepresenting wide range of career tracks– IT Professionals– Entrepreneurs– Consultants– StudentsThe Detroit Chapter was chartered February 1981 is currently the 10thlargest BDPA chapter with 46 members.STRUCTURE• Governed by Board of Directors• 2 Elected Officers• 8 Appointed DirectorsFINANCIAL ACCOUNTABILITY• Funded by corporate sponsors, membershipdues, funding events and donations
  6. 6. Detroit Chapter04/27/13 6BDPA Detroit Chapter ActivitiesMonthly information Exchange Meetings -Timeframe: Every 3rd Thursday,6:30 – 8:30 pm (except July and August)– These meetings are held for information sharing, networking and center around formalpresentations in leading edge technology• January 2013 – Microsoft Windows 8• February 2013 – Networking 2013: Using Social Media in your Job Search• March 2013 – ITIL in the Cloud• April 2013 – AGILE: IBM presents - Software Development Tool• May 2013 – AGILE : Rally Software presents - Agile deployments in a global environment• June 2013 – Entrepreneurship (2-Day Workshop)• July 2013 – BDPA Detroit Annual Picnic• Aug 2013 – National BDPA Convention Washington DC• Sept 2013 – BDPA Recruiter’s Roundtable• Oct 2013 – Corporate Security - BYOD• November – 2013 - Mainframes…Dead or Alive• December – 2013 – Holiday Mixer/Membership Drive
  7. 7. Detroit Chapter04/27/13 7BDPA Detroit Chapter ActivitiesProfessional Community Outreach and Fund Raising Events: Timeframe:Quarterly– 1stAnnual Whirlyball outing for Detroit Board HSCC program students– Annual Bowling Fundraiser– Annual Picnic– Annual Holiday MixerTechnical Community Outreach Events - Timeframe: Continuous– Seminars, workshops held on a variety of topics– Black Family Technology Awareness Week Events – Black History Month – February– BDPA Discotech events to raise the awareness of IT in the minority communities - ongoing• Focus Hope joint events• Training on Android Applications, Apple Tablets• Computer check up event (virus scan and cleaning)• Technical expos booths – Yes Expo• Group Tours – Makerspace
  8. 8. Detroit Chapter04/27/13 8BDPA Detroit Chapter ActivitiesBDPA SITES / HSCC Open House –Timeframe: January• Sponsored by the BDPA Detroit Chapter corporate sponsorCompuware, at this event, we enroll new and returningstudents into the HSCC training program which is related toparticipation in the BDPA National Computer Competitionand other educational programs at the National conference.• This year we have 10 students enrolled in HSCC fromUniversity Prep Science and Math and Chandler ParkAcademy.Detroit Chapter HSCC Bowling Fundraiserand Whirlyball Outing – Timeframe: April• Sponsored by BDPA Detroit Chapter, to raise awareness ofour HSCC Program and to help fund the HSCC Program.
  9. 9. Detroit Chapter04/27/13 9BDPA Detroit Chapter ActivitiesHSCC Regional Competition - Timeframe:June• Sponsored by the BDPA Detroit Chapter CorporateAdvisory Council, this event is in preparation forthe National HSCC.BDPA Annual Picnic - Timeframe: July• Sponsored in collaboration with DetroitProfessional Infinity Group as an opportunity tonetwork with our corporate sponsors and diverseprofessionals. Detroit Professional Infinity Groupis a professional organization made up of likeminded professional from other business sectors.
  10. 10. Detroit Chapter04/27/13 10BDPA Detroit Chapter ActivitiesHSCC National Competition - Timeframe:August• Sponsored by the BDPA Detroit Chapter CorporateAdvisory Council, This event is where we send ateam of 3 - 10 students to the participate in theNational HSCC and other educational programs atthe BDPA National conference.Annual Holiday Mixer – Timeframe: December• Sponsored in collaboration with Detroit ProfessionalInfinity Group as an opportunity to network with ourcorporate sponsors and diverse professionals.Detroit Professional Infinity Group is a professionalorganization made up of like minded professionalfrom other business sectors.
  11. 11. Detroit Chapter04/27/13 11BDPA Detroit Chapter Achievements2012– 30 Year Anniversary Detroit Chapter2011– 2ndPlace National Conference High School Computer Competition Winner– 1st Place Midwest Regional High School Computer Competition2010– 4thPlace National Conference High School Computer Competition Winner2009– 2ndPlace National Conference High School Computer Competition Winner2007– 4thPlace National Conference High School Computer Competition Winner– 2ndand 3rdPlace Midwest Regional High School Computer Competition
  12. 12. Detroit Chapter04/27/13 12CACThe BDPA Detroit Chapter CAC was re-established in January 2012 and is comprised of corporaterepresentatives who have joined in support and sponsorship of BDPA Detroit Chapter programs andactivities. The CAC functions as an advisory board to the Detroit Chapter Board of Directors.Members of the CAC determine membership in the CAC and provide advice and counsel to thePresident and officers of BDPA, The CAC meets as bi annually to advise and support strategicdirection of the Detroit chapter.OBJECTIVES• Assist with the development of strategies that promoted longevity for the Detroit chapter in meetingit’s fundamental goals and objectives as set by the national organization and the Detroit chapterleadership.• Serve as a sounding board for ideas and programs• Provide business leadership to enables the organization to function effectivelyMEMBERSHIP• The CAC is comprised of senior management from corporations who have expressed interest inBDPA Detroit’s purpose, objectives and activities. Membership is by invitation of the CorporateAdvisory Council.Corporate Advisory Council (CAC) Profile
  13. 13. Detroit Chapter04/27/13 13BDPA 2013 National Technology Conference35th National BDPA Technology Conference"Diverse Opportunities in the Age of Convergence"• The BDPA national conference held in August is an annual forum dedicated to joining ITProfessionals with the latest technology advances, and career and professional developmentopportunities.• The mission is to provide access to the most innovative concepts in emerging technologies, theories,research and education.• Full registration to this event includes two day career fair with fortune 500 employers, access toleading edge workshops and seminars, plenary sessions, opening ceremony and awards gala,conference guide, conference proceedings and a souvenir conference bag.• Corporations, IT professionals and subject matter experts can participate at the conference invarious levels of sponsorship and as keynote speakers, panel participants and workshop presenters.
  14. 14. Detroit Chapter04/27/13 14BDPA Corporate Chapter ProgramCorporate Participation ContinuumCorporate sponsors not only offer financial support but also participate in programs developed toenhance the technical and professional skills of the community. An investment in BDPA createspositive impact and exposure to a technically diverse membership of African American Informationtechnology professionals and students.• The fundamental objectives are to:– Attract exceptionally talented and skilled potential employees from the classroom to theboardroom– Provide membership opportunities to diverse employees through the corporation– Engage in tactful joint technology initiatives– Support our mentoring and Internship programs– Provide opportunities to participate in community service activities and events– Develop leadership and management through volunteerism– Enhance pride in the corporation through showcasing talented presenters at BDPA events– Increase BDPA membership and national conference participation
  15. 15. Detroit Chapter04/27/13 15BRONZEBRONZEBRONZEBRONZEBRONZE PLUSBRONZE PLUSBRONZE PLUSBRONZE PLUSSILVERSILVERSILVERSILVERGOLDGOLDGOLDGOLDPLATINUMPLATINUMBDPA Detroit Chapter Sponsorship PackagesCORPORATECORPORATESPONSORSPONSORCORPORATECORPORATESPONSORSPONSORCORPORATECORPORATESUPPORTERSUPPORTERCORPORATECORPORATESUPPORTERSUPPORTER$10,000$10,000$15,000$15,000$25,000$25,000$50,000$50,000$100,000$100,000$5,000$5,000$2,500$2,500
  16. 16. Detroit Chapter04/27/13 16BDPA Detroit Chapter Sponsorship Packages• Ala carte selection package from NationalAla carte selection package from NationalConference Offering ($25,000)Conference Offering ($25,000)• GM BDPA delegation to National ConferenceGM BDPA delegation to National Conferenceand Career Fair ($15,000)and Career Fair ($15,000)• National Conference Leadership ReceptionNational Conference Leadership Receptionpackage ($2,000)package ($2,000)• Dinner with Detroit SITES Team ($2,500)Dinner with Detroit SITES Team ($2,500)• SITES Scholarship Fund ($20,000)SITES Scholarship Fund ($20,000)• SITES Program Cost ($17,000)SITES Program Cost ($17,000)• Chapter Program Expenses ($6,000)Chapter Program Expenses ($6,000)• Professional and Community Events ($10,000)Professional and Community Events ($10,000)• 25 Full Memberships ($2,50025 Full Memberships ($2,500))• Ala carte selection package from NationalAla carte selection package from NationalConference Offering ($25,000)Conference Offering ($25,000)• GM BDPA delegation to National ConferenceGM BDPA delegation to National Conferenceand Career Fair ($15,000)and Career Fair ($15,000)• National Conference Leadership ReceptionNational Conference Leadership Receptionpackage ($2,000)package ($2,000)• Dinner with Detroit SITES Team ($2,500)Dinner with Detroit SITES Team ($2,500)• SITES Scholarship Fund ($20,000)SITES Scholarship Fund ($20,000)• SITES Program Cost ($17,000)SITES Program Cost ($17,000)• Chapter Program Expenses ($6,000)Chapter Program Expenses ($6,000)• Professional and Community Events ($10,000)Professional and Community Events ($10,000)• 25 Full Memberships ($2,50025 Full Memberships ($2,500))1. Positive impact on the careers of minority ITProfessionals from the classroom to the boardroom2. Increased technology awareness in the community3. Chose from vast array of national conference eventsand sponsorships including Golf Outing packages4. Joint Career Fair and Sites Program booths at NationalConference5. National Leadership Reception package at the NationalConference6. Interview BDPA Internet Radio Show7. Article in BDPA Today8. Sponsor Workshop or Reception hosted by DetroitChapter9. Recognition at monthly IE and other major event10. Includes Corporate Partners link on BDPA DetroitChapter Website:http://www.bdpa-detroit.org)11. Press release announcing sponsorship12. Access to chapter email distribution channels tocommunicate career opportunities and other corporateannouncements13. Access to BDPA Detroit Chapter Job System (JobPosting)14. Participation in BDPA Detroit Chapter StudentPrograms1. Positive impact on the careers of minority ITProfessionals from the classroom to the boardroom2. Increased technology awareness in the community3. Chose from vast array of national conference eventsand sponsorships including Golf Outing packages4. Joint Career Fair and Sites Program booths at NationalConference5. National Leadership Reception package at the NationalConference6. Interview BDPA Internet Radio Show7. Article in BDPA Today8. Sponsor Workshop or Reception hosted by DetroitChapter9. Recognition at monthly IE and other major event10. Includes Corporate Partners link on BDPA DetroitChapter Website:http://www.bdpa-detroit.org)11. Press release announcing sponsorship12. Access to chapter email distribution channels tocommunicate career opportunities and other corporateannouncements13. Access to BDPA Detroit Chapter Job System (JobPosting)14. Participation in BDPA Detroit Chapter StudentPrograms$100,000 PlatinumCorporate Sponsor PackagePlatinum Package:
  17. 17. Detroit Chapter04/27/13 17BDPA Detroit Chapter Sponsorship Packages• GM BDPA delegation to National ConferenceGM BDPA delegation to National Conference($14,500)($14,500)• National Leadership Reception packageNational Leadership Reception package($2000)($2000)• Dinner with Detroit SITES Team ($1500)Dinner with Detroit SITES Team ($1500)• SITES Scholarship Fund ($5,000)SITES Scholarship Fund ($5,000)• SITES Program Cost ($18,000)SITES Program Cost ($18,000)• Chapter Program Expenses ($3,000)Chapter Program Expenses ($3,000)• Professional and Community Events ($3,500)Professional and Community Events ($3,500)• 25 Full Memberships ($2,50025 Full Memberships ($2,500))• GM BDPA delegation to National ConferenceGM BDPA delegation to National Conference($14,500)($14,500)• National Leadership Reception packageNational Leadership Reception package($2000)($2000)• Dinner with Detroit SITES Team ($1500)Dinner with Detroit SITES Team ($1500)• SITES Scholarship Fund ($5,000)SITES Scholarship Fund ($5,000)• SITES Program Cost ($18,000)SITES Program Cost ($18,000)• Chapter Program Expenses ($3,000)Chapter Program Expenses ($3,000)• Professional and Community Events ($3,500)Professional and Community Events ($3,500)• 25 Full Memberships ($2,50025 Full Memberships ($2,500))1. Positive impact on the careers of minority ITProfessionals from the classroom to theboardroom2. Increased technology awareness in the community3. Joint Career Fair and Sites Program activities atNational Conference4. National Leadership Reception package at theNational Conference5. Sponsor Workshop or Reception hosted by DetroitChapter6. Recognition at monthly IE and other major event7. Interview BDPA Internet Radio Show8. Article in BDPA Today9. Includes Corporate Partners link on BDPA DetroitChapter Website:http://www.bdpa-detroit.org)10. Access to chapter email distribution channels tocommunicate career opportunities and othercorporate announcements11. Access to BDPA Detroit Chapter Job System (JobPosting)12. Participation in BDPA Detroit Chapter StudentPrograms1. Positive impact on the careers of minority ITProfessionals from the classroom to theboardroom2. Increased technology awareness in the community3. Joint Career Fair and Sites Program activities atNational Conference4. National Leadership Reception package at theNational Conference5. Sponsor Workshop or Reception hosted by DetroitChapter6. Recognition at monthly IE and other major event7. Interview BDPA Internet Radio Show8. Article in BDPA Today9. Includes Corporate Partners link on BDPA DetroitChapter Website:http://www.bdpa-detroit.org)10. Access to chapter email distribution channels tocommunicate career opportunities and othercorporate announcements11. Access to BDPA Detroit Chapter Job System (JobPosting)12. Participation in BDPA Detroit Chapter StudentPrograms$50,000 GoldCorporate Sponsor PackageGold Package:
  18. 18. Detroit Chapter04/27/13 18BDPA Detroit Chapter Sponsorship Packages• HSCC Scholarship Fund ($2,500)HSCC Scholarship Fund ($2,500)• HSCC Program Cost ($15,000)HSCC Program Cost ($15,000)• Chapter Program Expenses ($2,000)Chapter Program Expenses ($2,000)• Professional and Community EventsProfessional and Community Events($3,000)($3,000)• 25 Full Memberships ($2,50025 Full Memberships ($2,500))• HSCC Scholarship Fund ($2,500)HSCC Scholarship Fund ($2,500)• HSCC Program Cost ($15,000)HSCC Program Cost ($15,000)• Chapter Program Expenses ($2,000)Chapter Program Expenses ($2,000)• Professional and Community EventsProfessional and Community Events($3,000)($3,000)• 25 Full Memberships ($2,50025 Full Memberships ($2,500))1. Positive impact on the careers of minority ITProfessionals from the classroom to theboardroom2. Increased technology awareness in thecommunity3. Sponsor Workshop or Reception hosted byDetroit chapter4. Interview BDPA Internet Radio Show5. Article in BDPA Today6. Recognition at monthly IE and other major event7. Includes Corporate Partners link on BDPA DetroitChapter Website:(http://www.bdpa-detroit.org)8. Press release announcing sponsorship9. Usage of chapter email distribution channels tocommunicate career opportunities and othercorporate announcements10. Access to BDPA Detroit Chapter Job System (JobPosting)11. Participation in BDPA Detroit Chapter StudentPrograms1. Positive impact on the careers of minority ITProfessionals from the classroom to theboardroom2. Increased technology awareness in thecommunity3. Sponsor Workshop or Reception hosted byDetroit chapter4. Interview BDPA Internet Radio Show5. Article in BDPA Today6. Recognition at monthly IE and other major event7. Includes Corporate Partners link on BDPA DetroitChapter Website:(http://www.bdpa-detroit.org)8. Press release announcing sponsorship9. Usage of chapter email distribution channels tocommunicate career opportunities and othercorporate announcements10. Access to BDPA Detroit Chapter Job System (JobPosting)11. Participation in BDPA Detroit Chapter StudentPrograms$25,000 SilverCorporate Sponsor PackageSilver Package:
  19. 19. Detroit Chapter04/27/13 19BDPA Detroit Chapter Sponsorship Packages• HSCC Scholarship Fund ($1,500)HSCC Scholarship Fund ($1,500)• HSCC Program Cost ($8,000)HSCC Program Cost ($8,000)• Chapter Program Expenses ($2,000)Chapter Program Expenses ($2,000)• Professional and Community EventsProfessional and Community Events($2,500)($2,500)• 10 Full Memberships ($1,000)10 Full Memberships ($1,000)• HSCC Scholarship Fund ($1,500)HSCC Scholarship Fund ($1,500)• HSCC Program Cost ($8,000)HSCC Program Cost ($8,000)• Chapter Program Expenses ($2,000)Chapter Program Expenses ($2,000)• Professional and Community EventsProfessional and Community Events($2,500)($2,500)• 10 Full Memberships ($1,000)10 Full Memberships ($1,000)1. Positive impact on the careers of minority ITProfessionals from the classroom to theboardroom2. Increased technology awareness in thecommunity3. Interview BDPA Internet Radio Show4. Includes Corporate Partners link on BDPA DetroitChapter Website:(http://www.bdpa-detroit.org/corpPartners.htm)5. Recognition at monthly and other major event6. Press release announcing sponsorship7. Usage of chapter email distribution systems tocommunicate career opportunities and othercorporate announcements8. Access to BDPA Detroit Chapter Job System (JobPosting Database)9. Participation in BDPA Detroit Chapter StudentPrograms1. Positive impact on the careers of minority ITProfessionals from the classroom to theboardroom2. Increased technology awareness in thecommunity3. Interview BDPA Internet Radio Show4. Includes Corporate Partners link on BDPA DetroitChapter Website:(http://www.bdpa-detroit.org/corpPartners.htm)5. Recognition at monthly and other major event6. Press release announcing sponsorship7. Usage of chapter email distribution systems tocommunicate career opportunities and othercorporate announcements8. Access to BDPA Detroit Chapter Job System (JobPosting Database)9. Participation in BDPA Detroit Chapter StudentPrograms$15,000 Bronze PlusCorporate Sponsor PackageBronze Plus Package:
  20. 20. Detroit Chapter04/27/13 20BDPA Detroit Chapter Sponsorship Packages• HSCC Program Cost ($5,000)HSCC Program Cost ($5,000)• Chapter Program Expenses ($2,000)Chapter Program Expenses ($2,000)• Professional and Community EventsProfessional and Community Events($2,000)($2,000)• 10 Full Memberships ($1,000)10 Full Memberships ($1,000)• HSCC Program Cost ($5,000)HSCC Program Cost ($5,000)• Chapter Program Expenses ($2,000)Chapter Program Expenses ($2,000)• Professional and Community EventsProfessional and Community Events($2,000)($2,000)• 10 Full Memberships ($1,000)10 Full Memberships ($1,000)1. Positive impact on the careers of minorityIT Professionals from the classroom tothe boardroom2. Increased technology awareness in thecommunity3. Includes Corporate Partners link on BDPADetroit Chapter Website:(http://www.bdpa-Detroit.org/corpPartners.htm)4. Recognition at monthly IE and othermajor event5. Press release announcing sponsorship6. Usage of chapter email distributionsystems to communicate careeropportunities and other corporateannouncements7. Access to BDPA Detroit Chapter JobSystem (Job Posting)8. Participation in BDPA Detroit ChapterStudent Programs1. Positive impact on the careers of minorityIT Professionals from the classroom tothe boardroom2. Increased technology awareness in thecommunity3. Includes Corporate Partners link on BDPADetroit Chapter Website:(http://www.bdpa-Detroit.org/corpPartners.htm)4. Recognition at monthly IE and othermajor event5. Press release announcing sponsorship6. Usage of chapter email distributionsystems to communicate careeropportunities and other corporateannouncements7. Access to BDPA Detroit Chapter JobSystem (Job Posting)8. Participation in BDPA Detroit ChapterStudent Programs$10,000 BronzeCorporate Sponsor PackageBronze Package:
  21. 21. Detroit Chapter04/27/13 21BDPA Detroit Chapter Sponsorship Packages• HSCC Scholarship Fund ($500)HSCC Scholarship Fund ($500)• HSCC Program Cost ($3,500)HSCC Program Cost ($3,500)• Chapter Program Expenses ($1,000)Chapter Program Expenses ($1,000)• 5 Full Memberships ($500)5 Full Memberships ($500)• HSCC Scholarship Fund ($500)HSCC Scholarship Fund ($500)• HSCC Program Cost ($3,500)HSCC Program Cost ($3,500)• Chapter Program Expenses ($1,000)Chapter Program Expenses ($1,000)• 5 Full Memberships ($500)5 Full Memberships ($500)1. Positive impact on the careers of minority ITProfessionals from the classroom to theboardroom2. Increased technology awareness in thecommunity3. Recognition at monthly IE and other majorevent4. Includes Corporate Partners link on BDPADetroit Chapter Website:(http://www.bdpa-detroit.org/corpPartners.htm)5. Press release announcing sponsorship6. Participation in BDPA Detroit Chapter StudentPrograms1. Positive impact on the careers of minority ITProfessionals from the classroom to theboardroom2. Increased technology awareness in thecommunity3. Recognition at monthly IE and other majorevent4. Includes Corporate Partners link on BDPADetroit Chapter Website:(http://www.bdpa-detroit.org/corpPartners.htm)5. Press release announcing sponsorship6. Participation in BDPA Detroit Chapter StudentPrograms$5,000Corporate Sponsor PackageCorporate Sponsor Package:
  22. 22. Detroit Chapter04/27/13 22BDPA Detroit Chapter Sponsorship Packages• HSCC Operating Expense ($1,800)HSCC Operating Expense ($1,800)• Chapter Operating Expenses ($500)Chapter Operating Expenses ($500)• 2 Full Memberships ($200)2 Full Memberships ($200)• HSCC Operating Expense ($1,800)HSCC Operating Expense ($1,800)• Chapter Operating Expenses ($500)Chapter Operating Expenses ($500)• 2 Full Memberships ($200)2 Full Memberships ($200)$2,500Corporate Supporter PackageCorporate Supporter Package:1. Positive impact on the careers of minority ITProfessionals from the classroom to theboardroom2. Increased technology awareness in thecommunity3. Recognition at monthly IE and other majorevent4. Includes Corporate Partners link on BDPADetroit Chapter Website:(http://www.bdpa-Detroit.org/corpPartners.htm)5. Usage of chapter email distribution systemsto communicate career opportunities andother corporate announcements6. Participation in BDPA Detroit Chapter StudentPrograms1. Positive impact on the careers of minority ITProfessionals from the classroom to theboardroom2. Increased technology awareness in thecommunity3. Recognition at monthly IE and other majorevent4. Includes Corporate Partners link on BDPADetroit Chapter Website:(http://www.bdpa-Detroit.org/corpPartners.htm)5. Usage of chapter email distribution systemsto communicate career opportunities andother corporate announcements6. Participation in BDPA Detroit Chapter StudentPrograms
  23. 23. Detroit Chapter04/27/13 23BDPA Detroit Chapter Sponsorship Packages$25,000 Silver Corporate Sponsor Package• HSCC Scholarship Fund ($2,500)• HSCC Program Cost ($15,000)• Chapter Program Expenses ($2,000)• Professional and Community Events ($3,000)• 25 Full Memberships ($2,500)GM Liaison to facilitate activities and communications• Communication and joint events with GM minority forum• Assistance in finding SME to participate in BDPA presenter forums and events• GM and BDPA Detroit joint information booth at national conference• GM Executive participate in bi annual CAC meetings• Networking opportunities for BPDA students and entrepreneursAt additional cost - we recommend:GM and BDPA Detroit have a joint Career Fair Information booth at the National Conference ($15,000)Lunch Plenary Session package as an opportunity for an Executive Speaker ($15,000)General Motors Corporation (GM)

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