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Eastern Idaho Technical College

Eastern Idaho Technical College
Motto Real education. Real jobs. Real Life.
Established 1969
Affiliation State of Idaho
President Albiston, Steve
Location Idaho Falls, Idaho

Eastern Idaho Technical College is a regional technical college in Idaho Falls, Idaho, United States. It was founded in 1969.

The college's divisions include: Business, Office, and Technology; Health Professions; Trades and Industry; and General Education. Eastern Idaho Technical College also offers courses in adult basic education, GED testing and workforce training.

Eastern Idaho Technical College was originally named Eastern Idaho Vocational Technical School. It received Northwest Accreditation in 1982 in order to become eligible for federal aid programs. The first accreditation team was led by Catherine Jones and included the following department heads: Allen King, Dwayne Killian, Rose Mary Petty, and Kitty Seih, The School's Director was John Christopherson.

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