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Tag: Multicultural and Global Education

Ashley Barriner-Byrd ’01

From a young age, Ashley Barriner-Byrd ’01 wanted to see the world. Her mother was a flight attendant and told her stories about traveling. When Ashley arrived at Milton Hershey...

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Trachanda Garcia ’02

When Trachanda Garcia ’02 arrived at Milton Hershey School in 1998, she had an interest in politics, world events, and global affairs. “I knew I wanted to do something internationally,...

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Ray Randlett ’62

Ray Randlett ’62 chuckles when you ask him about his life after graduating from Milton Hershey School. “I’ve done a lot of different things,” he said. “I’m sort of a...

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What I Learned About Myself and the World after Studying Abroad

By Laila, a senior at MHS Last year I had the most amazing experience of my life: I was part of the Rotary Youth Exchange Program and spent my entire...

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Service Learning in Ghana: A Series of Reflections

Reflection One: Building Lifelong Connections By Gabby, an MHS senior I have been extremely blessed to travel to Ghana with Milton Hershey School’s Multicultural and Global Education program this past...

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From Hershey, Pennsylvania to Hershey, Cuba

By Chanel ’11 As a 2011 graduate of Milton Hershey School, I learned various lessons that have made a huge impact on my life and how I view the world....

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