Two students at Nashoba Valley Technical High School are headed to the SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference, which will be held virtually throughout the month of June.
The two earned a spot by taking first place in the recent SkillsUSA State Competition.
Brianna Clark, a senior from Shirley, will compete in the Restaurant Service category, while Matthew Lynch, a junior from Westford, will compete in Industrial Motor Control.
Brianna is in the Hospitality Management program at Nashoba Tech, and Matthew is in the Electrical Technology program.
Mallory York of Pepperell also earned a medal at the State Competition, taking second place in Cosmetology Over 500 Hours.
Other Nashoba Tech who competed at the state event include Nathan Andrews (junior, Ayer), Mikayla Barrett (junior, Boxborough), Wendy Barrett (freshman, Boxborough), Cody Buckley (sophomore, Pepperell), Julia Chamberlain (sophomore, Chelmsford), Jack Dennehy (junior, Littleton), Carolyn Dorman (junior, Townsend), Nykol Fischer (junior, Townsend), Alexander Gendron (sophomore, Dracut), Rebecca Louriero (senior, Chelmsford) Maxwell Mazgelis (junior, Westford), Brian McCall (senior, Pepperell), Connor McCall (freshman, Pepperell), Sarah O’Meara (junior, Chelmsford), Alexis Richard (sophomore, Shirley), Joseph Rogers (junior, Lowell) and Connor Stenquist (senior, Chelmsford).