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Founded in 1933 on the azure shores of Lake Coeur d’Alene, North Idaho College offers students of all ages the chance to earn degrees or certificates in professional-technical fields and general-education programs. Noncredit vocational courses offered by the Workforce Training and Community Education center prep students for real-world work in fields that include health care, real estate, commercial driving, firefighting, and spa work. Beyond career-boosting resources, the school offers enriching classes to help hobbyists master their leisure activities, whether they unwind by baking, painting, hiking, or attending community college. With an open-door enrollment policy and hugely diverse curriculum, NIC annually attracts about 6,700 students in credit classes and 6,000 in noncredit programs.
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