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Mentoring Other Parents/Sponsors Through the Milton Hershey School Journey www.mhskids.org/blog/mentoring-other-parents-sponsors-through-the-mhs-journey/

By Karen Sowu, Parent/Sponsor of Daniel Sowu ’01 My son Daniel attended Milton Hershey School from 1994 to 2001. He graduated from MHS and went to college in Minnesota where...

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Milton Hershey School Hosts Twitter Chat About the Importance of Mentoring in a Virtual World www.mhskids.org/news/mhs-hosts-twitter-chat-about-the-importance-of-mentorship/

The coronavirus pandemic and the idea of physical distancing has left many feeling anxious, isolated, and overwhelmed and looking for mentorship. In a recent survey of high school students released...

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Milton Hershey School Senior Hosts Event to Honor Lifetime Students www.mhskids.org/news/milton-hershey-school-senior-hosts-event-to-honor-lifers/

[…] spring internship with the MHS President’s Office. She wanted to honor the lifers and their mentors who supported them through three scholastic divisions at MHS. MHS President Pete Gurt ’85 […]

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BigEDidea Podcast Talks with Milton Hershey School about the Importance of Mentorship www.mhskids.org/news/bigedidea-podcast-talks-with-mhs-about-the-importance-of-mentoring/

Featuring Olivia Weidemann, MHS Senior Division Teacher and M.O.L.D Advisor Students at Milton Hershey School know that they are cared for and supported because of the work of hundreds of...

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Fonati Ward ’01 www.mhskids.org/success-stories/fonati-ward/

When Fonati Ward ’01 describes her life, she sums it up in one word: ‘blessed.’ Fonati enrolled at Milton Hershey School as a third-grader and said it was divine intervention...

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Milton Hershey School Honors Professionals for Commitment to Help Low-Income Children www.mhskids.org/news/milton-hershey-school-honors-professionals-for-commitment-to-help-low-income-children/

Milton Hershey School admissions counselors recently held an appreciation event to honor the professionals who have formed partnerships to help low-income families learn more about the school. More than 25...

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The Power of One: The Making of a Champ www.mhskids.org/blog/power-one-making-champ/

Champayne “Champ” Hess ’10 recognizes the importance of mentors and how influential one person can be in helping us achieve our goals. She just finished a storybook field hockey season […]

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2017 Alumnus of the Year: Eric Welsh ’84 www.mhskids.org/success-stories/2017-alumnus-year-eric-welsh-84/

[…] developed lifelong skills that helped build the foundation of his character. He learned from adult mentors and participated in athletics, band, choir, and student senate. “I believe Milton Hershey School […]

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The Importance of Family Engagement at Milton Hershey School www.mhskids.org/blog/the-importance-of-family-engagement-at-milton-hershey-school/

By Jay Garvey, MHS Family Relations Manager We like to think of Milton Hershey School as way more than a school—it’s a community that rallies to guide, mentor, and support...

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Founders Day Tree Planting www.mhskids.org/blog/founders-day-tree-planting/

The tradition of the senior class planting a tree for Founders Day began as a tribute to George Copenhaver, the first superintendent of Milton Hershey School. The first tree was...

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