The Gene Haas Foundation recently donated $15,000 to Johnston Community College to support student scholarships and advanced technology programs. From left are Glenn Barefoot, state director of SkillsUSA; Dwight Barnes, JCC machining instructor; Steve Price, sales engineer with Jeffreys Manufacturing Solutions representing the Gene Haas Foundation; Walter Serrano, OPW operations manager; Giovanni Aguilar, JCC machining student and national SkillsUSA winner; Greg Kennedy, director of operations for OPW; Lyn Austin, chair of the JCC trustees; Brian Worley, director of advanced technology programs at JCC; and Dr. David Johnson, JCC president.
The Gene Haas Foundation recently donated $15,000 to Johnston Community College to support student scholarships and advanced technology programs. From left are Glenn Barefoot, state director of SkillsUSA; Dwight Barnes, JCC machining instructor; Steve Price, sales engineer with Jeffreys Manufacturing Solutions representing the Gene Haas Foundation; Walter Serrano, OPW operations manager; Giovanni Aguilar, JCC machining student and national SkillsUSA winner; Greg Kennedy, director of operations for OPW; Lyn Austin, chair of the JCC trustees; Brian Worley, director of advanced technology programs at JCC; and Dr. David Johnson, JCC president. JOHNSTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE
The Gene Haas Foundation recently donated $15,000 to Johnston Community College to support student scholarships and advanced technology programs. From left are Glenn Barefoot, state director of SkillsUSA; Dwight Barnes, JCC machining instructor; Steve Price, sales engineer with Jeffreys Manufacturing Solutions representing the Gene Haas Foundation; Walter Serrano, OPW operations manager; Giovanni Aguilar, JCC machining student and national SkillsUSA winner; Greg Kennedy, director of operations for OPW; Lyn Austin, chair of the JCC trustees; Brian Worley, director of advanced technology programs at JCC; and Dr. David Johnson, JCC president. JOHNSTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE

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