Ohio Tech Owner/CEO Marc Brenner Passes

Ohio Technical College Owner and President, Marc Brenner passed away today at the age of 68.  He changed the lives of tens of thousands of students and hundreds of individuals whom he employed.  He and his father, Julius, started Ohio Technical College in 1969.   An “idea” which began with six students on the 2nd floor

Bill Hantl has been appointed President of Ohio Technical College

Bill Hantl has been appointed as the new President of the Ohio Technical College (OTC), one of the premier technical training colleges in the country. “Bill is a respected and effective leader with impressive accomplishments that closely align with OTC’s values,” CEO Marc Brenner, says. “I am confident in Mr. Hantl’s ability to lead the

PSI Welcomes New Instructor: Stephen Holmes

Stephen Holmes brings 15 years of motorcycle industry experience to PSI as their newest instructor. He is currently teaching a new class on the metric side the importance of fuel systems, but his first love and wealth of experience lies with American V-Twin. Holmes has been living in Arizona for the past several years, but

PowerSport Institute will receive the 2014-2015 ACCSC School of Excellence Award in September!

The PowerSport Institute is proud to announce that it will receive the 2014-2015 ACCSC School of Excellence Award! The ACCSC School of Excellence award recognizes schools for their commitment to the expectations and rigors of ACCSC accreditation, as well as efforts in maintaining high-levels of achievement among their students. In order to be eligible for this

Director of Welding, Ron Davis, is retiring!

After 12 years of service to Ohio Technical College, OTC’s current Director of Welding, Ron Davis, is retiring. Ron has been responsible for three different departments throughout his career at OTC; Restoration, Collision and now Welding. He has been a positive and fair influence on many students who have passed through our doors and kept

How To Choose A Career Technical College

Automotive, Diesel, Collision and Welding programs are designed to offer students the necessary training to pursue a career as a professional technician.  In most cases. However, there are many different choices for education out there and the outcomes can vary wildly. There are a few for-profit online colleges that offer certificate and diploma programs and

From India to the United States

Those who want to succeed let nothing stand in their way.  Ohio Tech prides itself on having students who are willing to take on everything we have to offer and overcome life’s obstacles to become great. A common reason many students give for not attending college is that it is too far away.  Many don’t want a

OTC Student Golf Outing

Ohio Technical College students and staff, as well as family and friends of students and staff participated in a first ever golf outing on Sunday at Dragon Ranch Golf Club in Amherst, Ohio. The weather couldn’t have been nicer, the course was beautiful and the 20 players were there to have a great time. Matthew

“Golden at Last” PowerSport Institute Graduate Jeremy Buurma

Jeremy came to PSI in August of 2007 seeking a chance to expand his horizons, leave the family farm business and make a career of his own. “From what I had heard, PSI sounded like the opportune school to attend in this area. It was close to my home and I could still work on