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Tag: Graduate Programs for Success

Measuring Socioeconomic Indicators for Children from Poverty

At Milton Hershey School, low-income students have the opportunity to build brighter futures and break the cycle of poverty. By measuring intergenerational social mobility, we look at the association between...

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Milton Hershey School and Susquehanna University Create Partnership to Support Low-Income, First-Generation College Students

On August 16, 2018, Milton Hershey School signed its 15th memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Susquehanna University. Through the formal partnership, the schools will collaborate to improve the national college...

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Milton Hershey School Signs MOU with Shippensburg University in Support of Postgraduate Success

On Friday, July 28, Milton Hershey School signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Shippensburg University as part of its commitment to student success following graduation. The MOU formalizes and...

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How Schools Can Help Graduates Achieve their Definition of Post-Grad Success

The national high school graduation rate hit a record high in 2012-13 at 81 percent. However, it wasn’t a positive outlook in families with the lowest designated income levels. Approximately...

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As Seen on TV: Sharing My Success

One of my favorite things to do is to talk about MHS to people who don’t know all that it is. Yeah, some questions get redundant and annoying to answer,...

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Starting My Next Chapter

By Tatiana ’15 Since my last blog, I received some BIG news that I had been waiting to hear for what felt like an eternity. I was accepted to the...

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