Join us Saturday
August 23, 2014 at 10:00 a.m.
NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP & 40th ANNIVERSARY HOST CHAPTER KICK-OFF
Join area executives and industry sponsors in a celebration of Washington's National High School Computer Competition (HSCC) and IT Showcase Championship Teams for 2014.
Regional High School Computer Competition (HSCC) Champions from the National Capital Region, BDPA-DC, and BDPA NoVA competed with other top coders from across America during the National High School Computer Competition's scholarship rounds at the JW Marriott Indianapolis during the National BDPA (NBDPA) Technology Conference.
The nation’s top five HSCC teams for 2014 are Washington (DC), Greater Columbia (SC), Southern Minnesota (MN), Atlanta (GA), and Cincinnati (OH). National HSCC Scholarship rounds include information and communication technology (ICT) theory, question and answer sessions with industry trivia or current events, application design, development, and test sessions upon receiving real-world desktop or mobile app requirements. Oral presentations with technical demonstrations to industry panels, judges, sponsors, hiring managers, and technical recruiters close out the final competition round.
Who Should Attend:
BDPA Members and Student Members, Regional College Students, Trade Association Members, Chambers of Commerce Members, Federal/State/Local Agency executives, Small Business executives, with Tech and Media professionals.
This is a catered event, RSVP on or before Saturday morning, August 23, 2014.
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BDPA's mission is to bridge cyber security, information technology (IT) and telecommunications competency gaps in urban, under-represented, and underserved communities. Local chapter goals in the National Capital Region (NCR) are to provide technical career training programs with educational and outreach services for professionals and youth across the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area in direct support of technology inclusion, cyberspace workforce, and related economic development initiatives.