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College and Career Readiness Collection

Because every child’s path to progress is different, Milton Hershey School students are guided by experts in the Graduate Programs for Success (GPS) Division to ensure achievement after high school. See how we lead the way in thought leadership.


Milton Hershey School Spartan Internship Program: Symyra Byrd

Featuring Symyra Byrd, Spartan Internship—Communications The 2021 summer Spartan Internship program included 11 rising seniors working with Hershey entity partners and Milton Hershey School departments to gain real-world experience in...

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Sophia Fucci ’17

In elementary school, Sophia Fucci wanted to play soccer and participate in extracurricular activities. But, her family did not have the means to support her activities in McKinney, Texas. At...

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Outcomes Beyond Compare: Milton Hershey School Gives Low-Income Kids Access to College and Supports Their Success

Milton Hershey School education experts recognize that every student’s path to greatness is different. This is especially true for low-income children with complicated life situations and stressors. For more than...

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Milton Hershey School Everyday Hero: Unique Patterson

MHS Everyday Hero: A campaign acknowledging employees at MHS who are often found behind the scenes and show up every day to make a difference in the lives of our...

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Lanae Dancy ’18

As a child in foster care, Lanae Dancy enrolled at Milton Hershey School in first grade to ensure she received a top-notch education. Lanae started to succeed at MHS through...

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Hannah Monette ’16

As a struggling seventh-grader, Hannah Monette was searching for something more. One day, at a doctor’s appointment, she started talking to a Milton Hershey School parent/sponsor about the opportunities that...

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Nicky Ren ’17

As a sixth-grader, Nicky Ren from Staten Island, New York, enrolled at Milton Hershey School with the support of his parents who wanted him to lead a better life. Between...

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Milton Hershey School Hosts Virtual College Fair and Career Expo

Featuring Tanya Baynham, VP of Graduate Programs for Success (GPS) Division To prepare students for success after graduation, Milton Hershey School held a virtual College Fair and Career Expo on...

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Milton Hershey School Participates in Mentoring Monday

As an organization co-founded by a pioneering woman (Catherine Hershey) in 1909, Milton Hershey School was invited to participate in PennLive’s virtual Mentoring Monday event on Monday, Feb. 22, 2021,...

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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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