NIC student earns $1,000 scholarship from Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation


|photo1|North Idaho College student Sabine Krier, of St. Maries, Idaho, was recently awarded a $1,000 scholarship from the Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation.

Krier is one of 350 two-year college students nationwide to receive the scholarship, which is awarded to students who demonstrate academic excellence and participate in community service projects.

“I feel very happy to have received this scholarship,” Krier said. “I am encouraged by it as it will help me on my way to earning a degree.”

Krier is in her second year in the Drafting and Design Technology program at NIC, a professional-technical program. She has earned a technical certificate and is working toward an associate's degree with a focus in civil drafting.

Krier, originally from Germany, commutes to NIC in Coeur d'Alene every day from St. Maries. She and her husband Joe have four children, Franklin, 23, Noah, 20, Eric, 18 and Elsa, 15.


Posted: Monday, Aug. 22, 2005

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