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Milton Hershey School Lifer Shares the Meaning of Being a Graduate

By Kyle Russell, MHS Senior, Class of 2022 As a “lifer,” I believe that being a graduate from Milton Hershey School means so much more than just earning a diploma...

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Milton Hershey School Graduating Seniors Take a Walk Down Memory Lane

This week, Milton Hershey School students in Elementary and Middle Division lined the hallways of their school buildings as seniors who enrolled in first- through eighth-grade walked down memory lane,...

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A Houseparents’ Love at Milton Hershey School

By Lisa Scullin, MHS Vice President of Communications For any parent, the first 18 years of your child’s life are filled with milestones and challenges—something I had to learn quickly...

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Mentorship: Empowering the Next Generation to Be Their Greatest Selves

By Lisa Scullin, MHS Vice President of Communications Did you know that young adults with strong mentorship are 130 percent more likely to find themselves in leadership positions later in...

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Sharing the Joy of Milton Hershey School Through Female Mentorship

Every Milton Hershey School student is encouraged to recognize and share with others the opportunities they have been gifted. MHS junior, Maia, has been inspired to do just that, gaining...

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The Power of One Female Mentor at Milton Hershey School

“Ultimately, I feel like Mrs. Kirchner is a safe place for me to be calm,” shared Vanessa, Milton Hershey School senior. “Our conversations remind me that we’re females and we...

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A Legacy of Female Mentorship at Milton Hershey School

Milton Hershey School has a legacy of women empowering each other to be their greatest selves. That legacy continues today as female staff members take intentional time to invest in...

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Fashion Designer Becomes Houseparent to Give Back Talents at Milton Hershey School

Featuring Milton Hershey School Houseparent Paulette Everett With an eye for design, Paulette Everett transports her fashion experience into her role as a houseparent at Milton Hershey School. Paulette prides...

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Partnering Together to Impact Youth as Milton Hershey School Houseparents

Featuring Lee and Kelly Held, MHS Houseparents With a love for teaching children, Lee and Kelly Held met in Houston, Texas, where together they taught at-risk youth. After several years...

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Houseparents Use Personal Experience to Train New Employees at Milton Hershey School

Featuring Karen Brown, MHS Home Life Training Specialist As a Middletown resident, Karen Brown has always been fascinated by the mission of Milton Hershey School. She grew up down the...

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