WILC News2018-11-17T14:24:05-06:00
15Apr, 2020

Covid 19 Cloth Masks Resource

By |April 15th, 2020|Categories: Uncategorized|

Wisconsin Independent Learning College.   by Terri Lynn Johnson · on the WILC Facebook site.  #ShelterinPlace #Autism WILC ordered masks from Janet Becker at THE SEW SHOP in Mukwonago. Janet is very talented and this spring opened her new tailoring business. She previously taught at WILC for almost two years as an Instructor in Student Culinary and Sewing / Craft projects, along with other daily living skills and left us to [...]

30May, 2019

2019-2020 WILC School Calendar Available

By |May 30th, 2019|Categories: Uncategorized, Updates|Tags: , , |

WILC School Calendar September 2019 through August 2020 Click on the above link to view and or print the WILC 2019-2020 calendar pdf.  School is open 8:00am to 4:00pm weekdays.  Student regular hours are 9:00 am to 3:00pm Monday through Friday. Most students attend two to four days per week and may also be involved in DVR paid work experiences or a permanent part time job hire.

7Jan, 2019

Waukesha college helps answer ‘What’s next?’ for people with autism

By |January 7th, 2019|Categories: Press|Tags: , , , |

WILC is in THE NEWS... "Waukesha college helps answer 'What's next?' for people with autism." We encourage you to read about WILC and our students in the news today in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel! Thankful for the Rudawski / Kurlinski Family and the Fulton Family for their contributions to this article. Excerpt from the article by Amy Schwabe, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: When Andy Rudawski was 18 months old, he stopped [...]

25Oct, 2018

School Has Students on the Road to Independence

By |October 25th, 2018|Categories: Press|

WILC and Executive Director Terri-Lynne Johnson were featured in an article in the Waukesha Freeman. Read the story below or click here to read the full article online. Eileen Schmidt/Special to The Freeman College helps autistic students develop life, job skills By Eileen Mozinski Schmidt - Special to The Freeman Oct. 23, 2018 WAUKESHA — A project for an expanded Wisconsin Independent Learning College was underway in Brookfield when [...]

4Sep, 2017

5 Years Ago WILC began

By |September 4th, 2017|Categories: Featured|

WILC MISSION STATEMENT- WILC provides adults with autism personalized programming focused on independence, vocational skills and life-long learning. WILC is a non-profit committed to advocating for our participants so they can learn within the school and community. WILC strives for our young adults to have their voices heard by providing highly trained staff to support their needs in an accepting, interactive, community based environment. It has been 5 years today [...]

30Apr, 2017

Time Really Does Fly

By |April 30th, 2017|Categories: Updates|

Time is really flying by at WILC. Our students are actively involved in many different activities. We have 5 students who are working with our vocational instructor Susie Thomas to find employment that each student wants to be doing. Susie has been very successful in job carving with local companies and obtaining work experiences for our WILC students. Two of our students have been hired by companies after working through [...]

15Feb, 2017

Conference of HOPE

By |February 15th, 2017|Categories: Events, Featured|

Do you know someone affected by Autism? Want to learn more? The Conference of HOPE is presented by WILC in collaboration with St. John's Lutheran Church. Saturday, March 4, 2017 9AM-3PM St. John's Lutheran Church, Brookfield Questions? Contact Stephanie Mauck 414-940-1658 smauck@wisconsinilc.org

10Nov, 2013

A Night to Remember

By |November 10th, 2013|Categories: Events, Featured|

Our Second Annual Gala fundraising Event, “A Nite at the Races” will certainly be a night to remember! Thank you to each sponsor, volunteer, family, and individual that contributed so generously of time and resources to make this event so successful. The funds that were raised this year will allow us to continue to provide such things as quality training for our staff, additional technology, much needed sensory items and [...]

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