Ohio Technical College Earns Fourth Consecutive Weatherhead 100 Award
For the fourth consecutive year, Ohio Technical College has received the Weatherhead 100 Award by Case Weatherhead School of Management and The Council of Smaller Enterprises (COSE).
The 2011 Weatherhead 100 Award recognizes the fastest growing companies in Northeast Ohio, based on the percentage of sales growth from 2006-2010. Ohio Technical College placed 46 out of 100 companies on the list.
To be eligible for the award, companies also must have net sales over $1 million and have a minimum of 16 full-time employees in 2011. OTC and its branch campus the PowerSport Institute currently have more than 1,400 students enrolled in class a 7 percent increase over last year. Currently, more than 270 employees work at the college.
Ohio Technical College first held classes in 1969 as the Ohio Diesel Mechanics School, conducting six-week courses in Cleveland’s Warehouse district. Today, students at Ohio Technical College can choose from more than 20 specialized technician training programs in automotive, motorcycle, diesel equipment, collision repair and refinishing, custom paint and graphics, classic car restoration, high performance and racing, alternative fuel vehicles, power generator systems, welding and BMW training.
For more information about Ohio Technical College, visit www.ohiotech.edu or www.psi-now.com.