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Top 5 Summer Jobs for a Hershey Teen

Valerie Nothnagle, Reporter February 25, 2023

As the summer of 2023 approaches, teenagers at Hershey High School are on the hunt for jobs. Luckily, Hershey, PA has many local opportunities for young people to work.  

Flyers for jobs in Hershey are posted in the D wing hallway. According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, over 11.3 million job positions were open at the end of February of 2022. (HHS Broadcaster/Ashley Bu)

Seven tips to prepare for a job interview

Ashley Bu, Reporter May 19, 2022

The job interview can be one of the most stressful phases of getting a job. Here are seven tips to enhance your interview to improve your chances of obtaining a position. Research the job Thoroughly...

Ella Ferns smiles for the camera in the halls of HHS on May 14, 2019. She just left one of her favorite classes, health. (Broadcaster/Anika Hosenfeld)

Ferns Family Has Moved All Around for One Reason Only: Jobs

Anika Hosenfeld, Reporter May 21, 2019

Jobs are the number one reason that families move around the world. For Ella Ferns and her family, this was the case. Ella Ferns was born in Maine and has moved nine times with her family for her dad’s...

The Subway in Hershey stands within Briarcrest Square on May 4th, 2018. The Subway has been a popular choice for food for both locals and tourists. (Broadcaster/Ryan Zou)

Finding a Summer Job in Hershey

Ryan Zou, Reporter May 8, 2018

This can be the perfect stepping stone for the future. With the end of school quickly approaching, teens across the country are scrambling around to find a summer job. Common things teens spend the...

President Donald Trump walks to his limousine to depart the White House en route to the U.S. Capitol to give the State of the Union Address, Tuesday, Jan. 30, 2018, in Washington. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

Trump State of the Union Address falls short factually

Haley Daniels, Section Editor March 5, 2018

President Donald J. Trump gave the annual State of the Union Address on January 30, 2018, and the speech consisted of Trump congratulating people while also making both false statements and some true....

Lauryn Gaston, Hershey High School senior, smiles when recounting her experiences at her internship. Gaston started shadowing an occupational therapist at Hershey Middle School at the beginning of the school year. (Broadcaster/ Irene Ciocirlan)

Students with Internships

Abby Shapiro and Irene Ciocirlan October 26, 2017

A future dream can become a reality with just one application to Room 228. Hershey High School (HHS) students have the opportunity to apply for a plethora of internships for whatever they are interested...

Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology is recognized as one of the top of the top two- year colleges in the United States. This is the fourth year in a row Thaddeus Stevens has received this award by The Aspen Institute. 
(Plan Philly/ Flickr)

Pushing for Higher Education

Anna Levin, Reporter February 2, 2017

College: a topic of controversy for many people. Go to college, get a degree, get a job, make money. This is a story many students know and believe. A college degree may seem to help people get...

Teenagers use any available surface as a work surface to fill summer job applications at a teen job fair held at the Swanson Public Library in Omaha, Neb., Monday, April 6, 2009. With the economy in bad shape no one is sure what the job prospects are for teens this summer (AP Photo/Nati Harnik)

HHS Students Working Their Way Through Summer

June 2, 2016

By: Madison Held Sometimes hard work can come with its perks. With summer right around the corner, students all throughout HHS have taken on the responsibility of getting a job for the summer of...

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