UMF Student Intern Volunteer Helps Elder Services

Lacey Tatosky

Lacey Tatosky is a rising senior from Sanford Maine. A Psychology major, Lacey is passionate about helping initiate change in the lives of those who may need a little extra guidance or assistance.
Her internship with Western Maine Community Action will give her an opportunity to be involved in a project that will help elder individuals create positive changes in their lives.

During her internship this summer, Lacey will be developing a resource directory that will provide information older adults need to maintain their independence. The directory will also be used as a reference guide for older adult volunteers who work with their peers in the community to help ensure the seniors they are assisting have the information and resources they need to remain independent. Lacey plans on applying for the Counseling Master’s program at US after graduating from UMF.

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