Mass. Students Earn Automotive Repair Certificate

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March 19, 2019—Four students in Massachusetts received their automotive service excellence entry-level certificate. According to the Lowell Sun News, four students enrolled in the automotive technology program at Nashoba Valley Technical High School in Westford, Mass., passed the four components of the program to become auto-repair professionals.

The students passed the following components: suspension and steering, brakes, electrical and electronic systems, and engine performance. 

According to the Lowell Sun News, the following students received their certification: Domenic Cura of Townsend, Mass., Robert Pawl of Chelmsford, Mass., Kevin Lyons of Chelmsford, Mass., and Jason Mendonca of Westford, Mass.

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