Nov 22, 2022
Are you interested in a new opportunity for your child? Milton Hershey School may be the answer. Learn more.
As a Milton Hershey School houseparent, you will change children’s lives—and they will change yours.
Find purpose in your career by sharing your skills with the students at Milton Hershey School.
A Community with One Mission
Hershey, PA is a special place. MHS students are given exciting new opportunities through the Hershey entity partners and our supportive community. Kids can learn beyond the borders of the MHS campus—and with these resources, no dream is too big. This Founders Day, explore one of our partnership stories: Hershey Entertainment & Resorts.
Education That Leads to Success
Every child deserves the best teachers, facilities, and academic programs, including career and technical education options. At MHS, we make that a reality for resilient children in grades pre-K through high school from qualifying families. Apply now—we enroll students year round!
Prospective families should start their MHS journey by meeting with our regional admissions recruiters. Join us at a Virtual Open House or in-person local event. These events are the perfect opportunity to learn more about the admissions process and ask questions.
Online Information Sessions
Potential houseparent couples can now attend an online information session to meet with our MHS recruitment team. Join us at an upcoming webinar and learn more about MHS and the careers we offer.
About the MHS Difference
Milton and Catherine Hershey opened the school in 1909. Since then, more than 11,000 graduates from qualifying families have had their lives transformed.
An Experience Like No Other
Students are immersed in top-notch academic programs, along with cherished traditions, when they come to our exceptional school where students live on campus in Hershey, PA—with all costs covered.
Virtual Campus Tour
Navigate through our scenic campus, getting a closer look at the top-tier facilities, inside classrooms, and more.
In Conversation with Andrea Elliott & Trymaine Lee
Milton Hershey School welcomed Pulitzer Prize-winning authors Andrea Elliott and Trymaine Lee to campus for a community conversation and book signing event for “Invisible Child: Poverty, Survival & Hope in an American City” on Monday, Nov. 14.