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NCLA Podcast Talks with Milton Hershey School about CTE in a Virtual World

Featuring Dave Curry, MHS Career and Technical Education Director After participating in Milton Hershey School’s recent Twitter Chat: CTE in a Virtual World, NCLA, a national association of career and...

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PennLive Highlights MHS Students as Social Justice Leaders

MHS students in the Law, Public Safety, and Security (LPSS) pathway aren’t just learning about the field they’re studying, they’re already making a major contribution to it. Aiming to break...

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Milton Hershey Uses Personal Experiences to Create Hands-On Learning Opportunities for Students

When Milton and Catherine Hershey created the Hershey Industrial School in 1909 (now Milton Hershey School), Milton looked back on his own life and early work experiences as a foundation...

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Physical Distancing and Virtual Education Hasn’t Stopped Milton Hershey School’s Hands-On Approach to Learning

Milton Hershey School’s Career and Technical Education (CTE) program, and its 12 career pathways, prepare students for college or career. In fact, this curriculum has been ingrained in the school’s...

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Milton Hershey School Hosts Twitter Chat About Teaching Career Tech Ed in a Virtual World

In honor of National Career and Technical Education (CTE) Month, Milton Hershey School is hosting a Twitter chat on Wednesday, Feb. 17, 2021. This year, due to the coronavirus pandemic,...

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MHS Investment Club Launches with Success

Milton Hershey School students have the unique opportunity to gain hands-on experience from mentors with the MHS Career and Technical Education program. Investment Officer of The Hershey Trust Company, Joshua...

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MHS Students and Staff Participate in a Worldwide Coding Event

Starting on Friday, Dec. 4, Milton Hershey School students and staff are encouraged to participate in the worldwide Hour of Code event—a virtual opportunity where people of all experience levels...

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Dan Acevedo ’08

Growing up in the neighborhood of Corona in the borough of Queens, New York, Dan Acevedo ’08 was surrounded by what he described as a dangerous situation. “I struggled a...

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MHS Student From Scranton, PA Prepares for College

By Cora Frishko, 11th-grade student As a Senior Division student at Milton Hershey School, I am pushing myself to be the best version of myself and learn new things every...

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Student from New Hampshire Calls MHS Home

By Brianna Davis, 11th grade I was homeless before Milton Hershey School. My mom and I were living out of a hotel room. I had little motivation for school and...

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