Peter Martin is Nashoba Tech’s nominee for state Best New Teacher Award

Electrical Technology Instructor Peter Martin works with Nashoba Tech students.
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WESTFORD — Peter Martin, who recently completed his third year teaching Electrical Technology, is Nashoba Valley Technical High School’s nominee for the Massachusetts Vocational Association’s Best New Teacher Award. The award goes to a teacher who has been teaching less than three years at a school.

Peter Martin

Martin is a Dunstable resident and a 1997 graduate of Greater Lowell Technical High School. He went on to earn a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance at Bentley College before going on to work in the electrical field.

He then decided he wanted to teach electrical theory to high-school students.

“I’ve always had a strong interest in the theory part of the industry,” Martin said. “I enjoy that ‘a-ha moment’ when a student learns something they’ve been working on. I love seeing it dawn on their faces.”

Martin said he is proud of being selected as Nashoba Tech’s nominee for Best New Teacher.