Baker College of Clinton Township Appoints M. Grajewski as Auto Body Program Director

February 11, 2010

Baker College of Clinton Township officials have appointed Mark M. Grajewski as auto body technology program director. He is responsible for program development to prepare students for successful careers in auto body repair, painting and detailing. He will assist in faculty hiring and evaluation, and administration procedures of the engineering/technology division. In addition, Grajewski will serve as an academic advisor to auto body students.

“Mark joins Baker with a wealth of automotive, administration and supervisory experience,” said Donald R. Torline, Baker College of Clinton Township president. “We are pleased that he has accepted the challenge to continue to develop our new auto body technology program.”

Grajewski has more than 30 years of automotive industry experience, primarily in the manufacturing, collision repair and coatings sectors. He has extensive application knowledge in the following areas: acrylic enamel, urethane, waterborne powder and e-coat technology. Other work history includes engineering development and customer training.

A Grosse Ile resident, Grajewski holds a bachelor’s degree in trade and technical education from Ferris State University, Big Rapids, Mich. He has also earned FAA certification from the Spartan School of Aeronautics, Tulsa, Okla.

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