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BigEDidea Podcast Talks with Milton Hershey School about the Importance of Mentorship

Featuring Olivia Weidemann, MHS Senior Division Teacher and M.O.L.D Advisor Students at Milton Hershey School know that they are cared for and supported because of the work of hundreds of...

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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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Spartans Celebrate Black History Month

In honor of Black History Month, Milton Hershey School Senior Division students are celebrating Black voices by reading books to Elementary Division students. MHS Spartan Community OutReach (SCOR) started this...

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Dr. Oz Interviews MHS Teacher After Generous Gift

In a recent episode of his national daytime talk show, celebrity health expert Dr. Mehmet Oz featured Milton Hershey School teacher Matthew Pierce. Dr. Oz interviewed Pierce to talk about...

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Mentoring at MHS Has a Powerful Impact, Even When Virtual

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Mentoring Our Leaders’ Development (M.O.L D.) program at Milton Hershey School switched to virtual for the 2020-21 school year. Students and staff paired as...

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Everyday Hero: Olivia Weidemann

Everyday Heroes at MHS: 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...

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Role Models, Houseparents through Generations

Featuring MHS alumna Shannon Butler ’98, Houseparent My parents separated when I was 10 or 11 years old, and my siblings and I were separated when that occurred. I left...

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Milton Hershey School Hosts Twitter Chat About the Importance of Mentoring in a Virtual World

The coronavirus pandemic and the idea of physical distancing has left many feeling anxious, isolated, and overwhelmed. In a recent survey of high school students released by America’s Promise Alliance,...

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Girls Grace Event Goes Virtual

The fifth annual Milton Hershey School Girls Grace event went virtual this year and still created a community empowering experience for 100 MHS Senior Division girls. In following the school’s...

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Role Modeling in Many Ways

By Morgan Espenshade, MHS Middle Division Social Studies Teacher After student teaching at Milton Hershey School in 2011, MHS employees encouraged me to apply for an open teacher position. I...

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