“I truly believe that without the support of ODC I would not have my job right now. I just want to say thanks for everything. It means the world!”
ODC participant, Chelsey, wrote an amazing thank you note to ODC and we wanted to share her experiences with you. We also reached out to Chelsey’s employer and they had such great compliments for Chelsey. Everyone is feeling grateful with Thanksgiving tomorrow.
Chelsey has been with DVR since high school and in November 2019 was able to find part-time employment in the community. But she still wanted more.
Reyne Kenyon announced as Wisconsin Long-Term Care Workforce Alliance Caregiver Spotlight Award!
As the school year ends across the country, this year things are a little different….or a lot different. But that didn’t stop the Project SEARCH team at Marshfield Clinic Health Systems from developing a unique send-off to celebrate the achievements of the Project SEARCH interns.
Our congratulations to Marshfield Clinic Health Systems for receiving America’s Job Honors Award in a packed house at the Monona Terrace in Madison this afternoon.
It was my great pleasure to honor Arie Reinke with ODC’s 2018 Wisconsin Rapids Area Personal Achievement Award. I am honored to have worked with Arie. His persistence and perseverance in rebuilding his work and community life in a new city has been nothing but extraordinary.
One year ago at this time, if we were to tell you that Jeffery was going to be a smiling, joking ODC service participant capable of completing multiple-step work tasks, you would have thought we were speaking of someone else. Yet, this is exactly who Jeffrey has become over the last year of his training at ODC.
Lack of confidence and fear of failure are common barriers to community employment for individuals with disabilities. Anna (center) was struggling with both, until ODC’s training and educational services helped her assess her interests and...