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MHS Middle Schoolers Qualify for State Technology Student Association Conference

A group of 22 Milton Hershey School middle schoolers recently competed in the Region 3 Technology Student Association (TSA) Conference. The goal of TSA is to help middle school students develop technical skills, apply problem-solving strategies, and prepare for the 21st century workforce.

At the conference, students from across the region competed in multiple technology-related events, including forensic technology, digital photography, logo design, mass production, and more. With 19 MHS students placing in their events, they worked in both individual and team settings to apply their technical skillsets.

The following nine students qualified for the Pennsylvania TSA State Leadership Conference on April 10-13:

  • Megan Forthofer
  • Nikki Hockenberry
  • Sharon Kossiakoff
  • Jaelyn Lewis
  • Rosie Meyers
  • Alexis White
  • Emily Witmer
  • Sarah Bradley
  • Erika Hart

Middle school students received medals

Milton Hershey School provides opportunities like TSA to help middle school students discover their interests and career goals at an early age. When they enter high school, they will narrow their interests and choose to specialize in one of 11 career pathways through the school’s award-winning Career and Technical Education (CTE) program.

Learn more about our CTE program.

Milton Hershey School does not discriminate in admissions or other programs and services on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, ancestry, sex, religious creed or disability. Read important MHS policies on equal opportunity and diversity, equal employment opportunity, and more.