Lincoln Tech first opened its doors in 1946 in Newark, N.J., and has since expanded its educational offerings to include classes available at more than 30 campuses in 15 U.S. states. The school aims to provide a student-focused education to help students fulfill their goals and reach their potential. Whether you are pursuing an education in automotive, business, culinary, the health sciences, or another discipline or trade, Lincoln Tech's website says you can receive individualized support from the first day of your enrollment. Students may also find support through the school's Career Services Department that offers help with resumes, dressing for success, and interview questions.
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Instructors at Lincoln Tech are committed to helping you achieve both your professional and personal goals, the website says, and to do this by providing you with the right kinds of tools, often through instruction based on hand-on learning. Whether it's completing basic clinical medical procedures or doing engine diagnosis on a vehicle, instructors can help you on your path toward obtaining career-specific knowledge and technical skills.
On campus, you'll find classrooms that are set up to simulate real-life work settings, with the aim of providing better insight into the field you hope to enter. You'll also find a variety of support services, ranging from careers services to financial aid. As well, you'll find support through the Early Student Engagement (ESE) Program, a 24-week process during which a coordinator helps you work on improving a variety of professional skills.
Source: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) 2016-17, National Center for Education Statistics, http://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/
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