Nominations are being accepted for Honorary Members.
Guidelines forMHSAA Honorary Membership
- Eligibility for Honorary Membership. Any person who has been employed by Milton Hershey School, who has served on the Milton Hershey School Board of Managers, or was directly employed by the Association for a period of not less than ten (10) years, and is no longer employed by Milton Hershey School or the Association (e.g. retirement or career change), shall be eligible for honorary membership in the Association. Periods of absence for civil or military federal, state and/or local government service shall be included as time employed in the service of the Milton Hershey School. “Milton Hershey School” is defined as the board of managers, the administrative staff, the faculty, the house parents and all other support personnel of the Milton Hershey School. Said service to Milton Hershey School, service on the board of managers of the Hershey Trust, or to the Association for a period of not less than ten (10) years shall be considered a “single service” as that term is used in Article IV, Sections One and Two herein. The term “single service” as used herein shall not mean the mere making of financial donations and/or contributions to the Association.
- All nominations shall be in typewritten format and shall contain specific information about the nominee’s educational, career and signal service experience that warrant consideration of the nominee as an honorary member of the Association.
- All nominations must have a minimum of two additional letters of recommendation from life, regular or honorary members who have worked with or known the nominee. Recommendations from former students are encouraged.
- Board approved nominees and all nominators will be informed of the Board’s decisions.