MHS Inducts the First National Technical Honor Society
Milton Hershey School recently inducted the first students into the inaugural class of the National Technical Honor Society. The group recognizes high-performing high school students who are excelling in one of 11 career pathways offered through the school’s award-winning Career and Technical Education (CTE) program.
To be inducted into the National Technical Honor Society, MHS students had to successfully meet grade point average requirements and excel in their career pathway by completing an internship or participating in a Career Technical Service Organization—which includes SkillsUSA, Future Farmers of America (FFA), and more.
Out of approximately 500 juniors and seniors, a select group of 13 students were inducted into the inaugural class of the National Technical Honor Society. During the first-ever induction ceremony, students were recognized for their accomplishments, received certificates, and recognized the student representatives who will serve as president, vice president, and secretary for the MHS chapter.
Congratulations to the following students who were inducted into the National Technical Honor Society:
- Zachary Beard – Law, Public Safety, and Security
- James Brewer – Agriculture and Natural Resources
- Diana Creech – Computer Technology
- Portia Cruz – Business, Financial Management, and Accounting
- Roberto Flores – Graphic Communication Technologies
- Lillian Gress – Business, Financial Management, and Accounting
- Tristan Gyamfi – Law, Public Safety, and Security
- Sophy Ingram – Culinary Arts and Restaurant Management
- Chloe Newton – Culinary Arts and Restaurant Management
- Ben Ramsaroop-Jaimungal – Business, Financial Management, and Accounting
- Estefani Santos – Health Science
- Luis Torres – Construction/Carpentry
- Sara Zacherl – Business, Financial Management, and Accounting
For 110 years and counting, Milton Hershey School has been rooted in a foundation of hands-on learning. Founder Milton Hershey was passionate about learning by doing and wanted all students in his care to learn a trade or occupation that would lead to fulfilling and productive lives.
Learn more about the school’s Career and Technical Education program.