From August 17–20, students from across New Jersey will have the opportunity to explore hands-on training for new careers that are growing across the state – and they’ll be cheered on by some of New York radio’s biggest names!
Monday, August 17th: Z100’s Elvis Duran Show sends Greg T – who celebrated a summer barbecue with Lincoln Tech last month – to the Paramus campus, where he’ll train as “Student For a Day” in Lincoln’s Computer & Network Support Technician program. The I.T. field is expected to add more than 1,600 positions for entry-level professionals across New Jersey in the next seven years*, and Greg T’s going to learn the skills you need to succeed!
Tuesday, August 18th: In the 21st century, “manufacturing” is being redefined by high-tech computer programming and the operators that run them – and Bartel from WKTU will get a firsthand look at Lincoln Tech in Mahwah. Lincoln’s hands-on training in Computer Numerical Control Machining and Manufacturing Technology teaches you the skills you need to program and operate the computers manufacturing artificial joints, jet engine components, electronics equipment and a lot more. This is a field projected to add more than 2,000 jobs across New York and New Jersey by 2022, and Bartel’s about to find out what it takes to break into this growing industry.
Wednesday, August 19th: New Jersey needs more than 12,000 Patient Care Technicians over the next seven years – skilled, trained, compassionate individuals to work in nursing homes, long-term care facilities, ambulatory healthcare services, hospitals and more. Danielle Monaro from Z100’s Elvis Duran Show will spend the day at Lincoln Tech’s Edison campus to learn the skills you need to start a patient care and fill that need in the Garden State’s healthcare system.
Thursday, August 20th: It’s no secret that DJ Envy of The Breakfast Club on Power 105 loves cars with style and serious horsepower – just ask anyone who saw him on his way to Union (NJ) High School for a pep rally with Lincoln Tech last Fall!
DJ Envy returns to the Lincoln Tech Union campus on August 20th to check out the Automotive Technology program and talk with students and life after graduation. He’ll also try his hand at changing tires, testing a/c systems, changing oil and more. New Jersey and New York will add close to 14,000 jobs for auto technicians in the next seven years: it’s a great time to enter a field where you’ll be getting paid to do what you love!
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