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Milton Hershey School Everyday Hero: Olivia Weidemann

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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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 and looking for mentorship. In a recent survey of high school students released...

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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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Milton Hershey School Provides Mentorship in a Virtual World

At Milton Hershey School, mentorship is an element of the whole child approach for students from pre-kindergarten to senior year. The MHS Student Government Association’s Breaking the M.O.L.D. mentoring program...

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