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MoneyWorks: Milton Hershey School helps grads pay for college

Written by Craig Layne, Morning Edition Host/Reporter | Aug 7, 2013 4:00 AM
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Photo by Penn State Hershey College of Medicine

Larry Klomps (L) receives his "white coat" at the start of medical school.

(Hershey) -- It's back-to-school season, and the cost of college is a growing concern for students and their families.

The Project on Student Debt reports some 70 percent of Pennsylvania college students are in debt

The average amount is just under $30,000 dollars.

As part of our MoneyWorks series, witf's Craig Layne reports on a midstate school's unique effort to fund its graduates' higher education hopes...

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Comments: 2

  • sfdfacn img 2014-10-27 07:11

    This is a good idea. Why the security needs more power man. This could result in only two things. Once is chaos and the other is the overuse of power to self matters. It is better to grant them privileges which they actually need. And we should provide money for such things rather than spending it on security!!!
    EHR

  • Helen A. Scheerer img 2014-11-20 06:08

    Milton Hershey School has a profound responsibility to helping understudies move to what's next in life after they get their certificate. The objective of all graduates is to be prepared to succeed by and by and professionally. Recently i seen the best essay writing copmanies reviews about this school.

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