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Seven Types of Diesel Equipment Driving the Economy

Seven Types of Diesel Equipment Driving the Economy

If you’re considering a career in diesel mechanics, you’ll want to ensure you’re familiar with the various kinds of equipment that use diesel engines. The National Biodiesel Board advises that diesel technology is key to the future
What is Phlebotomy?

What is Phlebotomy?

It’s a medical skill in high demand and short supply, according to the BLS! The need for medical professionals trained in phlebotomy is growing, with the Bureau of Labor Services is projecting demand to grow
2017 is here:  What are your resolutions?

2017 is here: What are your resolutions?

Happy New Year from all of us at Lincoln Tech!  We hope you’ve enjoyed the holiday season and are ready to start 2017 on the road to something amazing.  If a new career is part
Caterpillar Dealers Recruit at Lincoln Tech in Nashville

Caterpillar Dealers Recruit at Lincoln Tech in Nashville

Since 1910 Caterpillar Inc. has been the global leader in the manufacturing of construction and mining equipment, diesel and natural gas engines, industrial gas turbines and diesel-electric locomotives.*  Caterpillar Inc. employs tens of thousands of
America Recycles Day: Be a Friend to the Environment!

America Recycles Day: Be a Friend to the Environment!

On November 15th the nation celebrates America Recycles Day, an annual event sponsored by the nonprofit Keep America Beautiful Inc. (KAB) to promote recycling nationwide. Working through 1,200 affiliates and partners, the organization based out of
Career Guidance for Veterans

Career Guidance for Veterans

As part of a recent article for Military Times magazine on careers for veterans, Lincoln Tech’s Ken Phipps – Director of Career Services at the Denver campus and a veteran of the U.S. Army – was
NASA Hunch & Lincoln Tech Celebrate Their Partnership

NASA Hunch & Lincoln Tech Celebrate Their Partnership

In February, Lincoln Tech announced a partnership with the NASA Hunch program (High School students United with NASA to Create Hardware). As part of the partnership with NASA, students in the CNC program would help