Haas Foundation donates to Career and Technology Center


Brian Aiken, left, an instructor in the Pickens County Career and Technology Center’s machine technology program, and students accept a $10,000 check from the Gene Haas Foundation. Presenting the check is Gordon Eargle, right, Haas Automation Inc.’s Upstate South Carolina representative. The designated donation defrays program expenses and provides scholarships for students enrolling in post-secondary manufacturing-based training programs. The Gene Haas Foundation was created by Haas Automation founder Gene Haas. Haas Automation, founded in 1983, is today recognized as the largest machine tool builder in the western world, manufacturing a complete line vertical and horizontal machining centers, CNC lathes and rotary products, and specialty machines.


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Brian Aiken, left, an instructor in the Pickens County Career and Technology Center’s machine technology program, and students accept a $10,000 check from the Gene Haas Foundation. Presenting the check is Gordon Eargle, right, Haas Automation Inc.’s Upstate South Carolina representative. The designated donation defrays program expenses and provides scholarships for students enrolling in post-secondary manufacturing-based training programs. The Gene Haas Foundation was created by Haas Automation founder Gene Haas. Haas Automation, founded in 1983, is today recognized as the largest machine tool builder in the western world, manufacturing a complete line vertical and horizontal machining centers, CNC lathes and rotary products, and specialty machines.

Brian Aiken, left, an instructor in the Pickens County Career and Technology Center’s machine technology program, and students accept a $10,000 check from the Gene Haas Foundation. Presenting the check is Gordon Eargle, right, Haas Automation Inc.’s Upstate South Carolina representative. The designated donation defrays program expenses and provides scholarships for students enrolling in post-secondary manufacturing-based training programs. The Gene Haas Foundation was created by Haas Automation founder Gene Haas. Haas Automation, founded in 1983, is today recognized as the largest machine tool builder in the western world, manufacturing a complete line vertical and horizontal machining centers, CNC lathes and rotary products, and specialty machines.
http://pickenssentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_haasdonationtoctc.jpgBrian Aiken, left, an instructor in the Pickens County Career and Technology Center’s machine technology program, and students accept a $10,000 check from the Gene Haas Foundation. Presenting the check is Gordon Eargle, right, Haas Automation Inc.’s Upstate South Carolina representative. The designated donation defrays program expenses and provides scholarships for students enrolling in post-secondary manufacturing-based training programs. The Gene Haas Foundation was created by Haas Automation founder Gene Haas. Haas Automation, founded in 1983, is today recognized as the largest machine tool builder in the western world, manufacturing a complete line vertical and horizontal machining centers, CNC lathes and rotary products, and specialty machines. Courtesy photo
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