Johnny O'Brien Oral History Interview (6 of 6) Edit

Summary

Identifier
2014OH09

Dates

  • 2014-06-25 (Creation)
  • 2002 – 2009 (Event)

Extents

  • 1 Items (Whole)
  • 03:27:00 Length_hours (Whole)

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Notes

  • Scope and Contents

    O’Brien’s sixth and final interview focuses on his term as president of Milton Hershey School. Numerous topics are discussed including: increasing enrollment; campus expansion; transitional living; extending the school-year; Springboard Academy and student attrition; modifications to college scholarship requirements; and implementing metrics to measure progress. O’Brien describes his relationship with the alumni; his relationship with the board of managers; the establishment of the Dearden Alumni Campus; and his retirement. Additional topics include: O’Brien’s philosophy of servant leadership; Project Fellowship; and the administration’s response to the 2009 flu pandemic. [Access to this interview is restricted until January 2020.]

  • Conditions Governing Access

    Restricted Until January 2020

  • Related Materials

    Collections: 2014OH04; 2014OH05; 2014OH06; 2014OH07; 2014OH08

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