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Seven Nashoba Tech students quality for SkillsUSA national conference

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WESTFORD — Twelve students at Nashoba Valley Technical High School earned medals at the recent SkillsUSA State Competition, and seven of those students have qualified for the national competition, to be held in Atlanta, Ga., in June.

Earning gold and a spot in the SkillsUSA National Leadership & Skills Conference are:

  • Junior Kaitlyn Landers, of Westford, in Cosmetology Over 500 Hours
  • Senior Matthew Lynch, of Westford in Industrial Motor Control.
  • The team of sophomore Aurora Condor, of Chelmsford, and sophomore Connor McCall, of Pepperell, in Audio/Radio Production
  • Senior Dominic Carbone, of Townsend, senior Emily MacNeil, of Dunstable and senior Frank Horn, of Townsend, in Career Pathways Showcase: Arts & Communications.

Sophomore Phenix Flockhart, of Littleton, earned a silver medal in Telecommunications Cabling, while bronze medals went to senior Michael Whiting, of Chelmsford, in CNC Technician, sophomore Peter Zaferacopoulos, of Littleton, in Cosmetology Under 500 Hours and the team of senior Nyk Fischer, of Townsend, and junior Dylan Schenck, of Chelmsford, in Audio/Radio Production.

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