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An Open Letter to My Younger Self

Written by Sky, a junior at MHS Sky, I know you’re oblivious to it all right now. You have not felt the storm quite yet, only viewed it. I promise...

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What I Learned About Myself and the World after Studying Abroad

By Laila, a senior at MHS Last year I had the most amazing experience of my life: I was part of the Rotary Youth Exchange Program and spent my entire...

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Service Learning in Ghana: A Series of Reflections

Reflection One: Building Lifelong Connections By Gabby, an MHS senior I have been extremely blessed to travel to Ghana with Milton Hershey School’s Multicultural and Global Education program this past...

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Getting a Taste of the Culinary World: Kiana’s Internship at The Hotel Hershey

Inspired by her family’s home-cooked meals growing up, Kiana joined the Culinary Arts/Restaurant Management Services career pathway at Milton Hershey School when she realized cooking was her true passion. Through...

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Planting Her Roots in the Field of Agriculture: Sophia’s Environmental Internship

Sophia, a rising senior at Milton Hershey School, is passionate about plants and environmental science and dreams of pursuing a career in this field. She chose the Agriculture and Natural...

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Engaging the Crowd and Gaining Professionalism: Leah’s Training and Development Internship

This summer, Leah started her first job ever. As a rising senior at Milton Hershey School, she had the opportunity to intern in the Training and Development office for Hershey...

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Building Connections and Life Skills through Governor’s Office Internship

As a rising senior at Milton Hershey School, Gabby is spending her summer building connections with local government officials and making a difference in her community through her internship at...

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How Millennials Are Changing the World

By Eli, an upcoming senior at MHS Say the word “millennials” to anyone over the age of 40 and watch as a look of disgust falls over their face. Lazy,...

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10 Lessons that Shaped My MHS Legacy

By Abby, MHS Senior I don’t know how many times I’ve heard the saying “hindsight is 20/20,” but I never fully understood it until now. I am days away from...

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What Does the World Need?

By Alex, a senior at MHS The funny thing is, I swear I just got here yesterday – yesterday being six short years ago. Looking back, it went fast. You...

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