Automotive Technical School in New York New York is one of the country’s leading states for auto technician opportunities*

Only California, Texas and Florida project more job openings for auto technicians over the next 10 years – New York is projected to add more than 40,000 professionals in the field during that time. With this kind of opportunity in the field, it’s time to put your potential to work and turn what you love to do into what you’re paid to do. Turn to Lincoln Tech’s automotive technical schools for the training you need to build the skills employers want.

As long as there are automobiles on the road, skilled auto techs will be needed to fix them. Auto shops and classrooms equipped with industry tools give you the hands-on training you need. ASE-Certified Instructors show you how to troubleshoot, repair and maintain today’s high-tech cars, trucks and SUVs. And our campus in Whitestone, Queens shares a facility with the Greater New York Auto Dealers Association, putting you in the best position possible to connect with employers when you graduate.

From Brooklyn and Staten Island, transportation is also available to our Union, NJ campus – home to the original Lincoln Tech school – or from Rockland and Westchester counties you can take our shuttle into Bergen County for specialized manufacturer training at Lincoln Tech Mahwah. Here, programs with Audi, Chrysler and Volkswagen give you a leg up toward starting careers with specific manufacturers and local dealerships.

At Lincoln Tech’s automotive technical schools, students receive instruction in:

  • Computer diagnostics
  • Engine repair and performance tuning
  • Electrical and A/C systems
  • Transmissions and suspensions
  • Brakes, steering systems and more!

With nearly 57,000 positions projected to be available over the next 10 years across New York and New Jersey*, training to become an auto technician is a smart career choice. Visit one of Lincoln Tech’s automotive technical schools today to get started.

Programs vary by campus.

* Career growth projections can be found at 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.

Important information about the educational debt, earnings, and completion rates of students who attended Lincoln programs can be found at:

Campuses that currently offer training in this program area are listed below, as well as links to exact program informational fact sheets:



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