The Gene HAAS foundation has once again donated money to Diman Seniors from the class of 2020 that are pursuing a college degree in Advanced Manufacturing fields of study. This year $18,000 was awarded to the class of 2020. To date, Haas has given Diman students $44,000 in the past 3 years.
This year's scholarhship winners are Andrew Boardman, Jovaughn Chattelle, Brendon Gray, Elijah LaCroix, and Evan Thro.
Haas Automation, Inc. is an American machine tool builder headquartered in Oxnard, California, that designs and manufactures lower cost machine tools and specialized accessory tooling, mostly computer numerically controlled (CNC) such as vertical machining centers and horizontal machining centers, lathes/turning centers, and rotary tables and indexers.
The company is also involved in Motorsports in Formula One. It owns the Haas F1 Team and in NASCAR they own Stewart-Haas Racing Team. Haas is one of the largest machine tool builders in the world by total unit volume. Gene Haas founded Haas Automation in 1983 to manufacture machine tool accessory tooling.