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Young women from Nashoba Valley Technical High School attended the state Girls in Trade Conference and Career Fair, hosted by the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers and the Mass. Girls in Trade Advisory Group. Girls in nontraditional technical programs got a look at opportunities, educational workshops and encouragement to continue a career path in skilled trades. Attending, front row, from left, juniors Kaitlyn Cooney (Bedford, Electrical Technology), Isabel Diaz (Pepperell, Electrical Technology) and Whitney Howard (Pepperell, Plumbing & Heating), and senior Michelle Madsen (Pepperell, Plumbing & Heating); and back row, from left, sophomore Makenna Pearlman (Shirley, Electrical Technology), junior Marta Burgos (Lowell, Electrical Technology), sophomores Katie Carter (Chelmsford, Carpentry) and Katherine Piecewicz (Ayer, Carpentry), Plumbing & Heating instructor Ken Smith, Coordinator of Vocational Education Paul Jussaume, and freshmen Clara Daly (Chelmsford, Plumbing & Heating), Sierra Farms (Chelmsford, Carpentry) and Savannah Sylvester (Pepperell, (Carpentry). COURTESY PHOTO

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