Gene Haas Foundation Scholarship Supports Student Learning
The Gene Haas Foundation Scholarship helps Nash Community College students pay for tuition and other costs associated with the Computer-Integrated Machining program. This year, the scholarship funds made it possible for first-year Computer-Integrated Machining students to receive tool kits for use during class and to give them a head start providing tools needed in their career. Each kit includes a caliper, micrometer, rule and test indicator.
Pictured from left: Recipients Brittain Baker, Victor Sandoval, Crystal Thompson, Troy Chappell, Deven Scoggins; Computer-Integrated Machining Instructor, Jason Brannan and NCC President, Dr. Lew Hunnicutt.