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MHS Students Honored as November Rotary Students of the Month

Milton Hershey School seniors Diana Creech and Benjamin Ramsaroop-Jaimungal recently were selected as the November 2019 Rotary Students of the Month. They will each receive a certificate from the Rotary, are eligible for a scholarship, and will be recognized at a special luncheon this month.

Diana Creech is from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania and started at MHS as an eighth-grader. Diana has flourished at the school through her academic achievements, leadership qualities, and efforts to serve our school community. Diana is the editor-in-chief of the school newspaper and serves as president of Young Women’s Alliance. She also is the lead tutor at Milton Hershey School’s Writing Center, president of the National Honor Society, and vice president of the Technical National Honor Society. In the summer of 2018, Diana attended an MHS international trip to Germany and Switzerland as part of the school’s Multicultural and Global Education program. She also interned with The Hershey Company at the West Hershey Plant shadowing engineers on the plant floor. Diana hopes to attend Johns Hopkins University to study biomedical engineering in order to have a career in prosthetics.

Benjamin Ramsaroop-Jaimungal, of Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, has been an MHS student since fourth grade. He has challenged himself with a rigorous course load that has included multiple Honors, AP-level courses, and college in the classroom courses. Benjamin has participated in the Hershey Project Pathway through his business coursework, allowing him to work with the Hersheypark team at Hershey Entertainment & Resorts. Benjamin is president of the Technology National Honor Society and a current member of National Honor Society. He has participated in two separate internships that included time spent across all the Hershey entities and working with the Hershey Trust interning with their senior accountant. In the spring of 2018, Benjamin participated in an international trip to Thailand. Benjamin hopes to attend Bucknell University to study management or accounting.

Milton Hershey School partners with the Rotary Club of Hershey to create leadership and community service opportunities for MHS students.

Please congratulate these seniors when you see them on campus!

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