On Jan 21, 2020, members of the UCF chapter of AVS, composed of students from MSE, Chemisty, and Physics, attended a high vacuum demonstration and tour at ANCORP in nearby Williston, FL. The tour answered key questions such as, What is High Vacuum? Why do we want to create a vacuum? How is it used? How is it created? What do we do with it? Many students use vacuum systems in their research at UCF but may take for granted their indispensability. ANCORP provided a thorough presentation on the history of vacuum systems and how they were crucial for technological developments that led to the semiconductor industry, space exploration, and more. Additionally, ANCORP provided a tour of their state-of-the-art facility that designs and builds vacuum systems for their industrial and academic customers, giving students a behind-the-scenes look at the design and development of vacuum essentials.