Lincoln Tech training is about more than building skills – it’s also about building connections. Our partnerships with industry leaders can help you launch your dream career after graduation!
Expand your career options with training for the transportation industry
Lincoln Tech’s Annual Scholarship Award Program is for High School Seniors graduating in 2021. Take the scholarship assessment to see if you qualify.
Receive advanced training from the creators of the world’s most respected automotive brands.
Get behind a career with high-speed potential. Take your passion for the hottest cars, latest technology and high performance machines and turn it into a career through Lincoln Tech’s career focused programs!
At Lincoln, your hands-on auto training starts from the minute you step inside the classrooms. Learn inside our auto shops and body shop garages where you’ll train on Engines, Fuel and Emission Systems, Electrical Systems, Transmissions and more. Plus instructors support your studies by showing you how to service, repair and maintain cars of various makes and models.
You can judge our schools by the company we keep: leading manufacturers like Audi, BMW MINI COOPER, Chrysler, Volkswagen and more have chosen Lincoln Tech for partnership training programs on their specific brand technologies. These employers know they need the best candidates on their teams to remain at the top of the industry, and they partner with Lincoln schools to help develop those candidates.
Lincoln’s Automotive Program Areas Include:
These are growing, in-demand fields across the United States: combined, they project more than a million jobs opening up around the country by 2026*. Lincoln Tech schools can be found in many states where job growth and pay rates for these fields are at or near the top of the national rankings*.
Train inside our auto bays and body shop garages, and build the skills you need to launch a career repairing and maintaining engines, fuel and emission systems, electrical systems, transmissions and more. You’ll also learn to use diagnostic scan tools, and some campuses offer the option to take your education further with degree programs in Service Management for the auto, diesel, and collision repair fields. Instructors are ASE-Certified, and bring years of invaluable experience to our shops and classrooms.
Roll up your sleeves, get under the hood, and build the skills professionals in the auto industry use every day. By the time you graduate, you’ll be equipped with the industry experience needed to work as an Automotive Technician, Collision Repair Technician, Service Writer, Parts Specialist, Diesel Engine Specialist and more.
Programs, partnerships, and equipment vary by campus.
* 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.