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10 RECEIVE AUTOMOTIVE CERTIFICATION
10 RECEIVE AUTOMOTIVE CERTIFICATION
Posted on 01/16/2017
10 RECEIVE AUTOMOTIVE CERTIFICATIONCertification 1
Nashoba Tech seniors who have passed all four core components of the NA3SA are, from left, Nicholas Fuller (Ayer), Adriel Martin (Lunenburg), Benjamin Marson (Groton) and Dominic Leonardo (Townsend).

Certification 2Nashoba Tech 2016 graduates who passed one or more of the four core components of the NA3SA are, from left, Adam Gagnon (Chelmsford), Jacob Twombly (Pepperell), Bryan Moran (Chelmsford), Matthew Katz (Billerica), Brandon Fowle (Littleton) and James Bracken (Chelmsford).

WESTFORD — Six 2016 graduates of, and four current seniors in, the Automotive Technology program at Nashoba Tech passed one or more of the four core components of the National Automotive Students Skills Standards Assessment, or NA3SA, necessary to become auto-repair professionals. The four core components are suspension and steering; brakes; electrical/electronic systems; and engine performance.
The six graduates are: James Bracken (Chelmsford), Brandon Fowle (Littleton), Adam Gagnon (Chelmsford), Matthew Katz (Billerica), Bryan Moran (Chelmsford) and Jacob Twombly (Pepperell).
The four current seniors, each of whom passed all four core components, are: Nicholas Fuller (Ayer), Dominic Leonardo (Townsend), Adriel Martin (Lunenburg) and Benjamin Marson (Groton).