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Posted by Jamie Klinger-Krebs on May 9, 2016 3:38:20 PM

Goodwill Success Stories - NickIt’s easy to see why Nick L. enjoys his job as a Laundry and Dry-Cleaning Worker at the Wisconsin Athletic Club(WAC) in Menomonee Falls.

“I love the people, both the staff and the guests. Everyone is so friendly and helpful. It’s a fun place to work.”

Nick began his temporary work experience, which was supported by Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR), at the WAC in February 2015 and was hired in March. He said he “looks forward to work days” which are three morning shifts per week.

“I’m busy, so the time goes by fast,” Nick explains. “I feel that I’ve learned a lot (during my time working).”
If there’s one thing that Nick knows, it’s staying busy. He likes music (especially playing the drums), video games, everything Disney, spending time with family, his best friend Andy, and his dog and fish.

Goodwill’s Supported Employment Services are all about assisting you in getting a job that is personalized to your interests, strengths and needs. Supported Employment Services provide long-term job coaching support and can assist whenever you have new tasks to learn. Working closely with our dedicated team of coaches, you'll develop natural supports in the community and receive assistance if needed to address other issues that could affect your work or personal life.

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