Kishwaukee College students in the Collision Repair Technology (CRT) Program displayed their expertise in painting and refinishing on December 11, in a friendly competition to determine whose work was the “top coat.” Students in the CRT 114 Introduction to Coating and Painting class displayed finished automotive projects for evaluation by Kishwaukee College staff. The students’ entries were judged on the quality of the coating work on automotive hoods. Jurors included Bernard Pupino, Coordinator of INAM Manufacturing for the Career Technologies division; Lindsay Barron, Web developer in Marketing and Public Relations; and Shelley Lawson, Administrative Assistant in the Career Technologies division.
The students whose projects were voted as the top three were: Eliseo Leon, Sycamore, first place; Davor Kovacevic, Rockford, second place; and Victor Ortega, Carpentersville, third place. Pictured is judge Bernard Pupino evaluating one of the students’ finished projects.
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