NASHOBA TECH: Westford Students Pass National Standards for Tech Auto Repair

Dylan Emanouil and Jason Mendonca, both incoming seniors at Nashoba Tech, are now qualified auto-repair professionals. COURTESY PHOTO

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Two Westford students are among the eight in the Automotive Technology program at Nashoba Valley Technical High School this past spring who passed all four core components of the Automotive Service Excellence assessment. These components are necessary to become auto-repair professionals.

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

The Westford students are Dylan Emanouil and Jason Mendonca, both incoming seniors at Nashoba Tech.