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Auto Repair Students Pass Standards
AUTO REPAIR STUDENTS PASS NATIONAL CERTIFICATION STANDARDS
Posted on 07/17/2019
AUTO REPAIR STUDENTS                                      PASS NATIONAL CERTIFICATION STANDARDSFrom left are Joseph Proia (Chelmsford), Kevin Lyons (Chelmsford) and Jillian Hughes (Littleton). Nolan Rice (Littleton) is missing from photo.

WESTFORD — Eight students in the Automotive Technology program at Nashoba Tech this past spring passed all four core components of the Automotive Service Excellence assessment, which is necessary to become auto-repair professionals.

            The four core components are suspension and steering, brakes, electrical/electronic systems,and engine performance.

            The students are:

• Domenic Cura (senior, Townsend).

• Dylan Emanouil (senior, Westford).

• Jillian Hughes (2019 graduate, Littleton).

• Kevin Lyons (postgraduate, Chelmsford).

• Jacon Mendonca (senior, Westford).

• Robert Pawl (senior, Chelmsford).

• Joseph Proia (postgraduate, Chelmsford).

• Nolan Rice (senior, Littleton).


ASE Spring 2019
From left are Robert Pawl (Chelmsford), Dylan Emanouil (Westford), Domenic Cura (Townsend), Jason Mendonca (Westford). Nolan Rice (Littleton) is missing from photo.