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Alumni Success Stories

MHS Graduates Making a Positive Impact

Thousands of Milton Hershey School graduates have found their own way to make a positive impact on the world. Their dedication to building an impactful life is, in part, due to the foundation built at MHS. Now, by sharing their stories, our alumni serve as role models and help set the foundation for new generations of Milts.

Read on to learn more about the accomplished alumni of Milton Hershey School.

Bridget Corry Morse ’82

Bridget Corry Morse ’82 is a self-proclaimed “running nerd.” It’s a journey that started when she was a student at Milton Hershey School but has been laced into the details...

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Dan Acevedo ’08

Growing up in the neighborhood of Corona in the borough of Queens, New York, Dan Acevedo ’08 was surrounded by what he described as a dangerous situation. “I struggled a...

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Tiffanni Osborne ’09

Growing up in West Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Tiffanni Osborne ’09 was living with her mom’s friends when she learned about Milton Hershey School. As the third child born to a teenage...

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Adzua Agyapon ’07

Adzua Agyapon ’07 enrolled at Milton Hershey School as a third-grader, excited for the new adventure that lay ahead. Growing up in New York City, her mother yearned to provide...

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Kenneth Eason ’83

As a young boy, Kenneth Eason ’83 did not exude self-esteem. Growing up in north Philadelphia, Eason was bullied as a child and struggled with the passing of his father....

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Alexandra Cristin ’07

When you Google “Tape-In Hair Extensions” and scroll past the Google Ads and local businesses, the first website you come upon is Glam Seamless—a multimillion-dollar empire built by Milton Hershey...

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2020 Alumnus of the Year: Charles Seidel ’87

Charles “Chuck” Seidel ’87 is a decorated, retired Air Force officer who came out of retirement to serve as a subject matter expert supporting the U.S. in its fight against...

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Robin Ferrer ’00

While these are extraordinary times—we are extraordinary people. Many of our Milton Hershey School graduates are on the front lines of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and they are bringing hope...

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Tylor Teel ’11

Tylor Teel ’11 enrolled at Milton Hershey School as an eighth-grader ready for a new beginning filled with love, support, and opportunity. While a student at MHS, Tylor followed in...

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Brian Washington ’03

Brian Washington ’03 enrolled at Milton Hershey School from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania after his mother saw that MHS would challenge her son academically, emotionally, and in his career interests. During his...

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Andre Sumler ’17

Andre Sumler enrolled at Milton Hershey School with a passion for music and the art of playing the drums, searching for the ability to make his dream of attending Berklee...

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Malcolm Jones ’18

Malcolm Jones ’18 began his journey at Milton Hershey School in eighth grade, but his ambition and creativity started long before that. Ever since he was a child growing up...

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Rebecca Jay ’17

Rebecca Jay ’17 enrolled at Milton Hershey School as a freshman. After spending most of her childhood in foster care she was excited to find a place with stability and...

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Leila Asemani ’16

Leila Asemani ’16 enrolled at Milton Hershey School in 2006 after a domestic violence tragedy in her family. A third-grader at the time, Leila and her two older brothers came...

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