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Tag: Graduate Programs for Success

Keeping Students’ College Futures in Focus Despite COVID-19

High school seniors are approaching an important time of year—college application deadline season. We all know 2020-21 is a different school year for everyone. Acknowledging that elephant in the room...

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MHS Hosts Virtual Postsecondary Fair for Juniors and Seniors

While in-person visits to colleges and universities are on-hold, Milton Hershey School’s Graduate Programs for Success (GPS) division has creatively thought of ways to bring postsecondary opportunities safely to Senior...

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Hershey Internship Expands Horizons for MHS Alumna

As a rising junior at American University studying public relations and strategic communications, MHS alumna Susanna Compare ’18 was not going to let the challenges of the global pandemic get...

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Andre Sumler ’17

Andre Sumler enrolled at Milton Hershey School with a passion for music and the art of playing the drums, searching for the ability to make his dream of attending Berklee...

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Milton Hershey School and Bloomsburg University Partner to Support Low-Income, First-Generation College Students

On Friday, Feb. 21, Milton Hershey School and Bloomsburg University signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) outlining the ways the two schools will collaborate to support low-income, first-generation college students,...

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Malcolm Jones ’18

Malcolm Jones ’18 began his journey at Milton Hershey School in eighth grade, but his ambition and creativity started long before that. Ever since he was a child growing up...

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Milton Hershey School Partners with Manor College to Raise College Graduation Rates

On Monday, Dec. 2, Milton Hershey School secured a partnership with Manor College to support low-income, first-generation college students, including many MHS graduates. By signing a Memorandum of Understanding, Manor...

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Rebecca Jay ’17

Rebecca Jay ’17 enrolled at Milton Hershey School as a freshman. After spending most of her childhood in foster care she was excited to find a place with stability and...

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Leila Asemani ’16

Leila Asemani ’16 enrolled at Milton Hershey School in 2006 after a domestic violence tragedy in her family. A third-grader at the time, Leila and her two older brothers came...

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Mikayla Poole ’16

Mikayla Poole ’16 enrolled at Milton Hershey School from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania following the death of her mother. As a fourth-grader, she soon came to realize that this new place was...

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