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Brock Romano ’12

When Brock Romano ’12 enrolled as a sixth-grader at Milton Hershey School on April 2, 2006, he was excited to live near cows, have recreational opportunities, and most importantly, experience...

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Bridget Savadge ’87

When asked to describe her time at Milton Hershey School, Bridget Savadge ’87 says it allowed her to dream. “Milton Hershey School allowed me to see a life that I...

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Phil McClain ’07

When Phil McClain ’07 arrived at Milton Hershey School in 1999, he had no idea that a simple chore would impact his future career path. As a sixth-grader, Phil was...

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Sam Shouse ’08

Growing up in Rochester, Pennsylvania, Sam Shouse ’08 lived with his single mother and two sisters. His mother always saw the value in a strong education and sent Shouse and...

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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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Dr. Aisha Stroop ’94

Dr. Aisha Stroop ’94 is an emergency medicine physician at Greenwich Hospital in Greenwich, Connecticut. Her days are filled with life-threatening emergencies, patient care, and critical decisions. After graduating from...

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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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Top 7 Pieces of Historic Architecture and Landscaping on MHS Campus

“There is not a person alive who should not plant a tree – not for the shade that you’ll enjoy, but for those who are coming after.” –Milton Hershey To...

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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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