Lincoln Tech in Columbia, MD
Since 1960, Lincoln Tech has been a leading destination for students seeking career training for the auto, HVAC, and electrical industries. Maryland ranks at or near the top for pay rates in these fields, and projections show there should be plenty of job opportunities throughout the region by 2026**.
Programs and Partnerships
- Automotive Technology – Ask about our special Audi Education Partnership Program.
- Electrical and Electronic Systems Technology – Our program adds low-voltage electronic systems skills so you can expand your career possibilities after graduation.
- HVAC – no school in Maryland graduates more HVAC specialists than Lincoln Tech, and the state ranks 5th in the country for average HVAC pay rates.
- Welding & Metal Fabrication – Maryland offers one of the nation’s highest starting salaries for welders**.
- 123,000 square feet of training and classroom space.
- A fully-equipped auto shop with 17 bays, computerized diagnostic equipment and specialty tools.
- A “Smart House” facility where students in the Electrical and Electronics Systems Technology program wire, install and repair electrical work inside a real-life training structure on campus. Both high and low-voltage electrical systems are covered in this versatile training option.
- An on-campus “Green House” for energy efficiency training in the HVAC industry.
- Scholarships, grants, and other financial aid options for those who qualify.
- Career services specialists to help you launch your career when you graduate.
Whether you’re a seasoned professional wanting to make a career change, or a recent high school graduate who’s discovering your life’s calling, Lincoln Tech can help you put your potential to work.
Financial aid is available to those who qualify.
* Based on 2017 IPEDS data.
** Career growth projections can be found at careeronestop.org for the years 2016-2026. Ranks reflect comparisons among 48 continental U.S. states. Salary information is based on median salary information collected for the year 2017. Data is current as of September 30, 2018.