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A group of 26 Milton Hershey School high school students and four staff members traveled to Greece and Italy for an educational 12-day international trip.

MHS Students Gain Cultural Awareness by Traveling to Greece and Italy

A group of 26 Milton Hershey School high school students and four staff members recently traveled to Greece and Italy for an educational 12-day international trip. The students attended a Global Leadership Summit on The Future of Food, organized by Education First.

The two-day leadership summit was centered around food’s ability to connect people and shape every culture, environment, and economy. MHS students had the opportunity to hear from world-renowned speakers and attend inspiring workshops. They also worked with students from across the country to create solutions to global challenges using the design thinking process.

“At the culinary summit on The Future of Food, students examined topics such as food disparity, composting, and sustainability in agriculture,” said Sam Katzaman, a culinary arts teacher at MHS. “They developed solutions on how to get food to people in need throughout the world.”

A group of 26 Milton Hershey School high school students and four staff members traveled to Greece and Italy for an educational 12-day international trip.

Throughout the trip, students participated in hands-on cooking classes where they learned about cultural cooking traditions, visited local markets to taste authentic cuisine, and explored popular landmarks like the Colosseum. The group also visited Athens, Rome, Milan, and Cinque Terre—a string of Italian seaside villages.

“I’m grateful for the opportunity to go on the trip to Italy. It was incredible to meet industry professionals like Anthony Bourdain [who spoke at the Summit],” said Davan Hanley, a rising MHS junior. “I’ll never forget this—it was the best trip I’ve ever been on.”

The  Multicultural and Global Education program  at Milton Hershey School is designed to give all high school students the opportunity to travel outside the United States. By serving others, learning about culture, and gaining worldly experiences, students build strong character and develop a deeper understanding of the systems in which they live.

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