International students protesting for the third time in Hershey.
They're part of a guest worker program for Excel Logistics.
And this time SEIU Union members are joining them because they believe the students have been treated unfairly. They also think the jobs they`ve been giving to international students should be jobs that go to Pennsylvania workers.
The students came to America with the International Guest Worker program for Excel Logistics,a company that is contracted by the Hershey Company to package candy.
The students say they were treated poorly,and did not get the cultural experience that cost their parents thousands of dollars.
" It was really hard at night I felt completely exhausted i felt my body is aching and i didn`t know what to tell my parents because they paid a lot of money to send me here and they didn`t want me to experience things like this," says Malwine Siegien of Poland
Union members upset these jobs are going to local workers.
"We`re tired of seeing our communities, our neighbors out of work when corporate profits are higher than they`ve ever been, we need good jobs in this country," says Katie Sipp with the SEIU
FOX43 spoke with a representive for Excel Logistics and she says the student's last shift at the plant was Friday morning, and that Excel will not be participating in the International Guest Worker program in the future.