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SHANTALL BELTRAN, JOSEPH ROGERS ARE NOVEMBER STUDENTS OF THE MONTH
SHANTALL BELTRAN, JOSEPH ROGERS ARE NOVEMBER STUDENTS OF THE MONTH
Dan Phelps
Monday, January 04, 2021

Shantall Beltran of Tyngsborough and Joseph Rogers of Lowell have been selected as November’s Students of the Month at Nashoba Tech.

Shantall Beltran, daughter of Mel and Flower Beltran, is a sophomore in Advanced Manufacturing. She is a member of the Gardening Club and hopes to join the Mock Trial Club, and is considering enlisting in the Army with a goal of earning a law degree, then practicing immigration law. She said she wanted to attend Nashoba Tech because of the Mock Trial Club and to learn a skill.

Shantall was nominated by Advanced Manufacturing instructor Scott Keeler, who wrote: “Shantall is one of the top students in Advanced Manufacturing. She is a very quick learner as well as a self-learner. She has excelled on the machines since her first week. She is also a leader who helps her classmates with their work. Her work ethic and bubbly personality play a big role in making Advanced Manufacturing what it is.”


Joseph Rogers, son of John Rogers and Wendy Simard, and like a son to Melanie Moran, is a junior in the Electrical Technology program. He is a freshman mentor who wanted to attend Nashoba Tech to get hands-on training in engineering. He hopes to attend UMass Lowell after graduation to earn a degree in either Aeronatics or Marine Engineering.

Joseph was nominated by Engineering Technology instructor Samuel Hummer, who wrote: “Joe is a wonderful student. He is a hard worker and willing to help out on any project or task that is asked of him.”