National BDPA has over 45 chapters,
and more than 3,000 members;about
25% of these are high school
students and college students.
National BDPA educational Programs
consist of : AIM (Activities,
Institutions, and Memberships)
High School Computer Camps
High School Computer Competition
Community Technology Centers
College Student Membership
Among the 5% National membership
enrollments are university
professors and a growing
consistency of teachers ---and many
more! (National BDPA PROGRAMS p.3)
These educational institutions help make our efforts a success. In addition to that we must put "first things
"My son, if you will accept my words, and will treasure my Laws within you;
if you will
incline your ears to wisdom, and apply your mind to understanding;
if you will seek after her a;Wisdom, as you would for
silver and search for her as you would for a hidden treasure--
Then you will understand the reverence of Yahweh, and find
the knowledge of our Heavenly Father.
For it is Yahweh Who gives wisdom; from His mouth comes knowledge and understanding."
Yahweh reserves sound understanding for the righteousness; He is a shield of protection to those who walk uprightly:"
Proverbs 2:1-7 (The Book of Yahweh, The Holy Scriptures,ISBN 1-890967-22-X)
Listed here are the most important institutions in existence! To continue:
Read here about Andrew Carnegie and Educational Institutions:
Carnegie believed that those who did make it had a
moral obligation to give their fortune away before they died to benefit society.
In particular, this money was to be spent in a way that did not encourage laziness (charities that only dealt with symptoms
and not the problem) but that created institutions that made opportunities for anyone with the right character to be successful
This philosophy of Carnegie was translated into a wide variety of areas. He gave away $333 million of his fortune on
various activities including an attempt to simplify spelling, helping churches, endowing (and in some cases founding) institutions
of higher education, and supporting the arts.
However, his largest gifts were reserved for libraries. Carnegie gave money to build 2,509 libraries throughout the English
speaking world including the British Isles, Australia, and New Zealand. Of these libraries, 1,679 of them were built in the
United States and in American possessions that were later incorporated into America proper (Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, Samoa,
and the U.S. Virgin Islands).
He spent over $55 million on libraries alone and he is often referred to as the "Patron Saint of Libraries." (Bobinski,