We’re still here: Katelyn Peroutka ’20
After graduation, Katelyn Peroutka ’20 of Waunakee, Wisconsin, will begin working at EPIC, a developer of software for the healthcare industry, in Madison, Wisconsin.
She is a double major in business management and economics with a minor in psychology.
“The most important thing that I learned from Ripon is to try new things,” she says. “Ripon has so much to offer, and college is an excellent time to try those things that you have never tried before.”
She says she has been coping well with the off-campus end to the semester. “Michele Koch ’20 and Jenna Schoenmann ’21 have come to live with me for this time, and I love having them around to socialize with and keep me motivated,” she says.
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