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Milton Hershey School Seniors Honored as April 2022 Rotary Students of the Month

Milton Hershey School seniors Rebecca Amanor and Solomon Gbodi were selected as the April 2022 Rotary Students of the Month. They each received a certificate from the Rotary Club of Hershey and are eligible for a scholarship.

Rebecca Amanor is from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania and enrolled at MHS in 2019. She is a member of the Student Government Association, Health Science career pathway advisory committee, the National Honor Society, the National Technical Honor Society, and the Staff and Student Mentoring Program committee. She is an accomplished student receiving the Milton Hershey School Chairman’s Award for Excellence Medallions, Distinguished Honor Roll, and Milton S. Hershey Visionary Award. After graduation, she plans to attend the University of Pittsburgh to major in biochemistry on a pre-med track. Her goal is to become a cardiothoracic surgeon.

When asked to share her response to being chosen as Rotary Student of the Month, Rebecca said, “I am honored and ecstatic to be chosen as a part of this group of Rotary Students of the Month. I am thankful for the continual support of friends, family, academic advisors, and the MHS administration for pushing me to follow and pursue my dreams.”

Solomon Gbodi enrolled at Milton Hershey School in 2016 from Greenwood, Indiana. He is a member of the high school track team and is a member of the National Honor Society and the National Technical Honor Society. Over the summer of 2021, Solomon participated in the MHS Spartan Internship program where he learned from the Vice President of Operations for the Hershey Bears and the MHS Athletics Director. After graduation, he plans to pursue a college degree in business.

Solomon shared, “I am very grateful for being chosen as a Rotary Student of the Month.”

Congratulations, Rebecca and Solomon!

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