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Ryan Norton
2002 Graduate; Degrees in Mathematics-Physical Science & Liberal Arts

"I believe the classes I took helped build a solid foundation of knowledge that set me up for future success."

Ryan Norton

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

1999 or so

What was your major?

Computer Science

Why did you choose FLC?

It was local and provided the courses I needed.

What was the best part of your experience with FLC?

Meeting my future wife! (We took the same calculus class).

What are you particularly proud of that you accomplished with FLC?

I'm proud of the fact that I achieved an AA and an AS while attending.

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

FLC helped me prepare for the course load at a 4 year university. I believe the classes I took helped build a solid foundation of knowledge that set me up for future success.

What are you doing now?

I am a systems engineer at Intel, working on solid state hard drives.

What are your plans for the future?

Continue my career, and ideally purse a part-time teaching career at FLC.

Ryan Norton
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