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BDPA New Jersey

A premier networking organization for minorities and I.T. professionals

HSCC Schedule

Our HSCC Team will meet at Bloomfield College! (BDPA New Jersey High School Computer Competition2017)

We will be hosting an Open House on Saturday April 22, 2017 to meet with students and their parents/guardian(s) to discuss the High School Computer Camp (HSCC) and Student Information Technology & Scholarships (SITES) programs.
Saturday April 22, 2017
Bloomfield College Library
80 Oakland Avenue
Bloomfield, NJ
Time: 1:30pm – 3:30pm
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More Information: https://www.facebook.com/BloomfieldCollegeComputerCamp/

Desired skills (at least one)
-PHP
-MySQL
-HTML/CSS
-Responsive web techniques
-Javascript
-Basic Computer Science
-BDPA History
-Introductory Cyber Security
**Note: A commitment for the entire Spring/Summer 2017 program is preferred but not mandatory.

The HSCC program meets on Saturdays from 1:30pm – 3:30pm starting Saturday April 29, 2017, where the students learn JavaScript, PHP, HTML, SQL Database, Cyber Security and about BDPA history while being mentored by college computer science majors and BDPA professionals. These tools, resources and supports will enable the students to compete at a high level in the HSCC competition at the upcoming National BDPA Conference in the Summer of 2017.

We are looking for highly motivated students who have a strong interest and background in one of the programming skills mentioned above to add to our current team. The students are required to work independently during the week with the online tools and course materials to develop their skills. If selected for the NJ team, the students will be competing for college scholarships at both the state and national levels. The skills that the students learn are valuable and will better prepare them for college and the workplace.

The BDPA New Jersey Chapter has been helping others embrace technology since 1981. This is accomplished through the various programs we support, including our Annual Families in Technology Day, which is held in the Spring, and also by teaching middle and high school students computer programming concepts and presentation skills.

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