Three Nighthawk Seniors will be Receiving Over $4,200 in Scholarship Money
“Those who are going on to pursue education and training in manufacturing or engineering at a trade school, community college, or 4 year university are eligible” said MVHS Robotics Club Adviser Kevin Bradley. “This year there are I have 3 Nighthawk seniors who have met the criteria and will be receiving over $4,200 in scholarship money”.
This partnership between MVHS and the Gene Haas Foundation has been such a blessing for the school’s new manufacturing program as it continues to grow. The total amount donated over the past two years now totals $18,000 from the Gene Haas Foundation.
“The combination of learning to program and operate a HAAS CNC machine along with the financial support for students to further pursue engineering and manufacturing makes for a perfect marriage between industry and education” said Bradley. “I am proud to be a part of the HAAS family and appreciate their generosity and support of myself and the students”.