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Tag: Transitional Living

TL Supervisor Inspires Milton Hershey School Students to Commit to Health and Fitness

By Jonathan Small, Transitional Living Area Supervisor Growing up, my dad was nicknamed “Peter Pan” because of his youthful energy and focus on fitness. I always thought that was a...

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A Career Through Conversation

Having grown up in Manheim, Pennsylvania, Rob Timlin knew that Milton Hershey School existed, but would not know the impact the school could have on a child’s life until many...

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Mentoring: A Lifestyle

Lindsey Young grew up in Lancaster, Pennsylvania knowing about the “school on the hill”, but never thought her passion for working with teenagers would bring her to Milton Hershey School....

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Tylor Teel ’11

Tylor Teel ’11 enrolled at Milton Hershey School as an eighth-grader ready for a new beginning filled with love, support, and opportunity. While a student at MHS Tylor followed in...

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A Career of Growth

Courtney Williams, a Harrisburg, Pennsylvania native, found out about Milton Hershey School from her friends and family who worked and attended the school for years. After receiving her bachelor’s degree...

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MHS Seniors Participate in Running Club and Embrace Healthy Lifestyles

Throughout the 2018-19 school year, Milton Hershey School seniors have committed to their health and wellness by challenging themselves to try new fitness activities and define what a healthy lifestyle...

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Female Empowerment Starts Within Yourself

By Liz, a senior at MHS It has taken a lot for me to become the woman I am today, and I still have a long way to go. At...

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Senior Suitcase Program

Milton and Catherine Hershey’s mission was to give students in the school, “real homes, real comforts, education, and training, so they would be useful and happy citizens.” Milton Hershey explained...

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