October 17th, 2012
Oswego, NY ? Representatives from a number of Oswego County?s human services agencies will host an Oswego County Youth Program Forum on Monday, November 5th at SUNY Oswego Phoenix Extension Site. Sign-in begins at 8:30 a.m. with the program starting promptly at 9:00 a.m.
Open to anyone interested in learning about the many services and programs that are available to youth in Oswego County, the Youth Program Forum will provide youth service providers with an opportunity to share information on their programs while learning about other youth programs that exist in Oswego County. ?The Youth Forum is an excellent example of our human services agencies working together to help achieve a common good?helping our youth and their families. This kind of collaboration truly demonstrates the Live United concept that we are all connected,? said Executive Director of the United Way of Greater Oswego County, Melanie Trexler.
Director of the Oswego City-County Youth Bureau, Kathy Fenlon, chair of the event?s planning committee, explained that the format of the forum will allow for participants to select from a series of workshops where agency representatives will present a synopsis of their program. The different workshops will touch on a number of the youth services that are available. Additionally, there will be an information area where attendees may learn more about many of the other youth services offered in Oswego County.
?This is a wonderful opportunity for youth agencies to come together and discuss the different services they offer to youth and families in Oswego County. Participants will have the chance to network and ask questions,? added Ms. Fenlon
For more information on the Oswego County Youth Program Forum you may contact Melanie Trexler at the United Way of Greater Oswego County 593-1900 ext.201 or at email@example.com.
Cut line for photo: Members of the planning committee for Oswego County Youth Program Forum meet to finalize details for the event. Scheduled for Monday, November 5th, the informative program will highlight the many services and programs that are available to youth in Oswego County. From left are: Silvia Langdon of Oswego County DSS; Gloria Weeks of OCO; Melanie Trexler, Executive Director, United Way of Greater Oswego County; and Kathleen Fenlon, Executive Director of the Oswego City / County Youth Bureau. Absent from the photo are committee members, Gail Cooper, Catholic Charities of Oswego County; David Canfield, director, Youth Advocate Program of Oswego County; Christine Weaver, Oswego County Workforce Development; Karen Meyer, Oswego County DSS; and Kelli Otis, Oswego County Probation Dept.