Student Day was started in 2006 as an initiative to support the automotive educational programs at schools by exposing students to the wide range of opportunities in the industry through speakers, corporate support and event participation.
Presented by Summit Racing Equipment and the International Show Car Association (ISCA), AutoRama, World of Wheels, and Cavalcade of Customs are committed to the future by holding these annual “Career Days” where students and instructors enjoy the aftermarket hot rod industry. The events feature guest speakers who share their passion of the industry.
AutoRama, World of Wheels, and Cavalcade of Customs 2013-2014 welcomes automotive school groups of high school and college level students. New for this year includes automotive design, engineering, manufacturing, marine, motorcycle, small engine and welding. Students are able to participate in this positive and valuable educational experience.
The “Career Day” participants enjoy a discounted price of $15.00 per ticket including lunch (Hot Dog, Chips and Drink). Also offered is a $10.00 per ticket without lunch. Please note lunch coupon is only valid on Friday from 11:00-2:00pm. Schools should pre-register using the Student Career Day Form which is online; however additional wristbands are available for purchase at the door, but will only be able to purchase the $10.00 per ticket without lunch. Wristbands are good for admission all weekend.
Student Career Day takes place on Friday and begins with a general session at 9:30 am. Plan to arrive early to allow time for collecting armbands at the registration table. The general session will last approximately 45 minutes which includes: Distribution of donated items (hats, magazines, stickers etc.), special interactive show features, brief comments from sponsors and guest speakers, and drawings for prizes and giveaways.
Following the session, students will be allowed to enter the show ahead of the general public. During the day, they will have an opportunity to meet with car owners and builders, participate in several interactive exhibits, and talk to representatives from area colleges and tech schools. Scholarship opportunities are also available from many of these schools.
Additional information is available on the Student Career Day Registration Form, or by contacting Ken Juzswik at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 248-373-1700 x211.