Clay Hoffman tells the Department of Rehabilitation about his dreams of becoming a groundskeeper for the State of California.
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Clay - My name is Clay Hoffman. I am twenty seven years old. I have a learning disability and I came here, to Department of Rehab because I wanted to better myself and advance in where ever I wanted to be in my life. I achieved that and I am happy now. I work at Department of General Services. I am a custodian but eventually I hope to get a grounds-keeping job something during days because I work nights and nights are no fun. I’m very outgoing, I’m kind and I’m a hard worker. I like to work, I don’t like just sitting. I have my own place, I have a state job, I’m just waiting for me to pass the grounds keeping test and then after that then I’ll start dating and do more fun stuff. My brother, he’s my role model per se because he’s had a rough life but he’s getting better. I want to try to be as good of a man as he is. Keep on truckin’ and don’t give up on your dreams.