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WESTFORD — The continuing-education program at Nashoba Valley Technical High School is accepting registration for winter classes.
Classes include Small Engine Repair, Smart Phones for Smart People, Baklava Baking, Soup Starters, Woodworking and more, as well as such career-based offerings as Machine Tool Technology, Electric Code classes for apprentices and journeymen in compliance with state mandates, and Health Assisting Training, which will prepare candidates for an entry-level position as a certified nurse assistant.
Nashoba Tech is partnering with Middlesex Community College to offer an even wider range of programming, including Meeting and Event Management, Project Management and Computer Applications. Also, a new collaboration with the Roudenbush Community Center in Westford offers students Nimble and Nifty Over 50 and Bollywood for Beginners, chances to exercise their bodies as well as their minds. Teen Jobs and Singing are two of the more popular programs.
Classes begin throughout the winter/spring session, and a new option for secure online registration is now available. You can also register in person, by mail or by phone with cash, check or credit card. To request a brochure, call 978-692-4711, ext. 1001, or go to www.nashobatech.net, and scroll under Community Education.