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We have 3 upcoming events you can be a part of!

April 22 8am-6pm Hack313

April 26 Detroit Youth In Tech

May 19th-21st HackWSU

HackWSU is our annual hackathon. Make sure you sign up today!

The Detroit Metro Convention & Visitors Bureau is hiring an Application Developer.

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We’re Hiring! The Detroit Metro Convention & Visitors Bureau is hiring an Application Developer. This position is charged with developing and maintaining easily adaptable DMCVB applications. The ideal candidate will have a minimum of 2 years’ development experience with JavaScript, VB, HTML/CSS and experience in CRM, ASP.NET, web forms, the .NET framework and writing/working w/console applications. Microsoft Access and/or SharePoint a plus. More details can be found on our website at this link:

Qualified candidates should email a resume and CV to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . Please be sure to MENTION MY NAME (Sonya Robinson) when you apply. 



Eli Lilly Scholarship for BDPA Students (Due: June 2, 2017)

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Eli Lilly Scholarship for BDPA Students (Due: June 2, 2017)

BDPA Education and Technology Foundation is proud to open up the application period for any graduating high school student or current college student interested in the 11th Annual Eli Lilly and Company Scholarship for BDPA Students!The purpose of the Lilly/BDPA Scholarship is to recognize outstanding minority students, with an interest in information technology, who make significant contributions to society. Applicants must excel academically, show exceptional leadership potential, and make an impact on their communities through service to others.

Lilly/BDPA Scholars will be awarded a $2.500 scholarship that may be used to pursue an information technology focused degree at an accredited four-year college or university of their choice. The Lilly/BDPA Scholarship may be used to supplement benefits from the college or university a student plans to attend and fellowships from other foundations or organizations. Students may use the scholarship to cover the cost of tuition, fees, books, room and board, and other college-related expenses.Scholarship winners will be selected based on the application, essay, and letters of recommendation.To be eligible for Lilly/BDPA Scholarship, each applicant must:

Be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident of the United States

Be a member of BDPA

Be a graduating high school senior or current college student in good standing at the time of their application.

Be pursuing a degree in information systems, computer science, computer engineering, or a computer science related discipline.

Demonstrate academic achievement (minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0)

Exhibit leadership ability through academic or civic involvement and participate in community service activities

Complete application packet must include the following:

1.       Application Form

2.       Current official sealed transcript (for high school applicants, your transcript MUST include your senior year grades)

3.       500-word essay on “Why Information Technology is Important and How it Has Changed Our Day-to-Day Lives”

4.       Two signed letters of recommendation

5.       Passport-sized photo

Click here to download application!


Scholarships will be awarded only to students who fully meet the scholarship requirements. All application materials must be RECEIVED by June 2, 2017 in order to be eligible.  Incomplete, e-mailed or faxed applications will not be considered!We will announce the three (3) winners of the Eli Lilly Scholarship for BDPA Students during the 2017 National BDPA Technology Conference in Indianapolis.   We are very proud of our past Lilly/BDPA scholarship winners:


Cameron Hughes (2013 Scholar)

1.       2007Daniel Puente (University of Texas)

2.       2007, Christian West (Northwestern University)

3.       2008Khalia Braswell (North Carolina State University)

4.       2008Lee Reed (University of Michigan)

5.       2009Hung Vo (Georgia Institute of Technology)

6.       2009Carrine Johnson (Palos Verdes Peninsula High School)

7.       2010Leslie Vasquez (Pike High School)

8.      2010Gerardo Dominguez (Chicago State University)

9.       2011Jala Cruz (North Central High School)

10.   2011Adwait Walimbe (John Marshall High School)

11.    2012Allen Warner (Valdosta State University)

12.    2013RisaChristopher (Indina University)

13.    2013Cameron Hughes (University of California, San Diego)

14.    2014: Pooja Chebolu (University of Southern California);

15.    2014: Dylan Gunn (North Carolina A&T)

16.    2015Chelsea Carter (Kettering University)

17.    2015: Deeneva Nikerle (Temple University)

18.   2016Lauren Ravenell (Ball State University

19.    2016Adrienne Nelson (Florida A&M University)   

20.   2016Andre Garner (University of Illinois)

Do you know any high school or college kids looking to study in a technology-based field during college? Can they use a $2,500 scholarshipIf so, you need to share this information with them right away!

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