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Theodore Stevens

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www.potomacnews.com [cached]

But it's a very tough program," said Ed Stevens, who teaches automotive technology at C.D. Hylton High School in Woodbridge.But for those who make it through, the payoff is big.Most of Stevens's students are hired by local auto dealers, he said."I've dealt with just about every dealer in Woodbridge and Manassas.They're all looking to hire my students.There's more demand than supply," Stevens said."There really is a huge need in the industry right now," Stevens said.Hylton offers a three-year auto tech program for sophomores, juniors and seniors.Each year Stevens has about 16 to 20 students in each of his four classes, which can have a maximum enrollment of 20, he said."For a lot of kids they still have the stigma of parents pushing them into college and away from classes like this," Stevens said."But we still have a lot of kids who want to do this."Auto technology classes have changed a lot since Stevens was in high school, he said."When I was taking auto mechanics, it was where they stuck the bad kids," Stevens said.Auto technology curriculum used to focus on hands-on instruction, but now includes more of a focus on theory, as well as traditional classroom skills like reading and math, he said.Between their junior and senior year, students are required to work in the automotive field.Local auto dealers such as Battlefield Ford and Lindsey Chervolet often hire the Hylton students, Stevens said.


www.potomacnews.com [cached]

Hylton High School automotive instructor Ed Stevens issued a challenge to his students -- if they raised enough money for an auto lift dedicated to a former student, he'd cut off his ponytail.


www.manassasjm.com [cached]

Hylton High School automotive instructor Ed Stevens issued a challenge to his students -- if they raised enough money for an auto lift dedicated to a former student, heýd cut off his ponytail. His students wouldnýt need that tempting offer and instead went on to raise $6,000 toward a four-post automotive lift that the school bought at cost, much less than the $15,000 retail price. Stevens thanked them, his hair thanks them, he said, at a dedication for the lift where it was raised for the first time Tuesday. Quiet moments and applause overcame the cafeteria over times when Stevens and his students joked as they do in class. Students who graduate and become certified can make $18 to $21 an hour by age 19, Stevens said.Stevens thanked Jeffrey Price with DaimlerChryslerýs Mid-Atlantic Business Center for using his connections to get the auto lift at cost.Despite the studentsý strong fund-raising drive, Stevens said it came up short of the total cost by several thousand dollars, and Principal Benson loaned them the money. The Tuesday event was not a fund-raiser, Stevens said, but he said help is still needed to pay back Benson.One family is donating a car that will be rebuilt and sold, he said. Donations can still be sent to: Andrew Wolff Foundation, C.D. Hylton High School, 14051 Spriggs Road, Woodbridge VA 22193.


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