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NASHOBA TECH HOLDS                          SUCCESSFUL OPEN HOUSE
NASHOBA TECH HOLDS SUCCESSFUL OPEN HOUSE
Sue Fischer
Wednesday, November 13, 2019

About 300 prospective students and their parents and guardians visited Nashoba Tech during its recent annual open house.

The visitors were able to tour the school and talk with instructors in both academics and the 20 technical programs offered by the school: Advanced Manufacturing; Automotive Collision Repair & Refinishing; Automotive Technology; Biotechnology; Carpentry; Cosmetology; Culinary Arts; Dental Assisting; Design & Visual Communications; Early Childhood and Care; Electrical Technology; Engineering Technology; Health Assisting; Hospitality Management; Marketing; Plumbing & Heating; Programming & Web Development; Robotics; TV & Media Production/Theater Arts; and Veterinary Assisting.

Nashoba Tech also offer Cooperative Education, Dual Enrollment, Advanced Placement and Early College programs.

For more information, call 978-692-4711, visit nashobatech.net, or download the free Nashoba Tech app.

Title photo caption:From left, Biotechnology instructor John Milhaven chats with Littleton residents Hannah, Staffan and Kim Jonsson, as Hannah, an eighth-grader at Littleton Middle School, tries her hand at an experiment at open house.

The Sahoo family of Chelmsford, from left, Asish, Bish, Archan and Mamata, check out a robot in the Robotics program at open house. Archan is an eighth-grader who is considering attending Nashoba Tech next year.


Eva Grace Correia, a senior from Groton, talks about the Cosmetology program with the Zaferacopoulos family of Littleton, from left, Amy, P.J. and Peter. P.J. is a eighth-grader at Littleton Middle School is considering attending Nashoba Tech next year.

From left, Hospitality Management students Corey Prehl (junior, Ayer) and Randy Delva (sophomore, Chelmsford) chat with Chelmsford residents Paula and Stan Parks at open house.