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Jordenne Burns
Current FLC Student majoring in Small Business Mgmt/Entrepreneurship

"It is conveniently close to home and they offer a diverse class schedule."

Jordenne Burns

When did you start taking classes with Folsom Lake College (FLC)? 

I graduated from Ponderosa High School May of 2011, and started at Folsom Lake College in the Fall of 2011.

What is your major? 

I plan on majoring in Business and would like to be a fashion stylist in the western industry.

Why did you choose FLC?

It is conveniently close to home, and they offer a diverse class schedule.

How do you feel Folsom Lake College is helping prepare you for the future? 

I have just started at FLC last year, but have enjoyed my classes last semester, and I am looking forward to next year.

What are your plans for the future? 

After FLC I plan to transfer to SAC state and pursue my business degree, I also plan on continuing with rodeo queening and promoting the sport of rodeo and ur western heritage.

Jordenne was named Miss Rowell Ranch Rodeo 2012.

Jordenne Burns
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