Julie Chetney

Julie Chetney

Job Description: Senior living coordinator
SUNY Oswego — B.A. sociology/psychology
Civic Leadership:
Board member and secretary, Parents of Special Children; member, Inter-Generational Planning Committee; member and secretary, Oswego County Autism Task Force; member, WNET; member and troop leader, Girl Scouts of America; volunteer, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation; steering committee, Harborfest

2006-2007 Sponsors

Oswego Health logo
Alliance Bank Logo
Workforce Dev't Board logo
Operation Oswego County logo
Patrhfinder Bank logo

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Why is inter-generational programming so important to you?
"Primarily because it's been my experience to have the opportunity to see how children affect seniors and how seniors impact children. Both the child and the senior take something away from it. It's always a learning experience and I'm always amazed."
What made you decide to work with the elderly ?

"I was also volunteer coordinator at St. Luke, where I got to work with seniors and children. I started working in this field and realized it was a great fit for me. I always want to come to work. It's a rewarding career."
Why is community involvement so important to you?
"I was born and raised in Oswego and I have a very vested interest in it. I enjoy being out there and helping when I can. It just allows me to give back in some capacity."
Where do you see yourself in 10 years?
"Truly, I still see myself serving in some capacity at the St. Luke. Hopefully I can be part of it as it continues to grow. I am very happy here."

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