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Parts & People - February 1, 2008
Ohio Technical College teams with Championship Auto Shows
Cleveland, Ohio--Ohio Technical College (OTC) has partnered with Championship Auto Shows' Student Career Day program to encourage high school students to consider jobs in the automotive industry.

Championship Auto Shows - producers of the World of Wheels, AutoRama and Cavalcade of Customs car shows throughout North America - started Student Career Day as an initiative to support automotive educational programs at schools by exposing students to the wide range of opportunities in the industry. Student Career Day brings groups of high school juniors and seniors to visit the shows before they open to the public and hear guest speakers talk about career opportunities.

"We are excited to be partnering on this program where we'll bring 400 to 500 students to our events and get them interested in an automotive career," said Bob Lawson, show manager, Championship Auto Shows, and a graduate of OTC. "We're glad OTC is reaching out to these students to explain the various career options they have to offer."

As part of the program, Ohio Technical College will take its airbrush demonstration - the "Evolution of Life Fuel Your Future Road Show" - to three AutoRama events: Detroit (Feb. 26), Chicago (March 5) and Boston (March 12-14).
Tomorrow's Technician - October 27, 2009
The 'Evolution of Life Road Show' Visits Four Northeast Ohio Schools
Famed professional airbrush artist Richard Markham, who joined OTC in June 2009 as an instructor for the school''s Custom Paint and Graphics program, will headline the "Evolution of Life Road Show." Markham will demonstrate airbrush techniques for students at each school, which all offer automotive technical courses.

Markhamís canvas during the demonstrations will be a 75-foot tractor trailer that he and his team are driving from school to school. He is outfitting the truck with a U.S. historical theme, featuring several famous explorers and pioneers.

The trailer is also carrying three of Markhamís famous custom cars: "The Devilís Ride", the "Ice Car" and the "Pumping Iron" car, which students will be able to check out during the visits.
Artist/instructor Richard Markham with Ohio Technical College (OTC) students. In recent years, Markham has been gaining recognition for his live airbrush demonstrations that he performs at car shows and high schools across the United States.
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