Our cumulative blog series “The Thirteen Days of Christmas at Lincoln Tech” is drawing to a close. It’s been fun hearing from Lincoln Tech instructors all over the country, sharing holiday gift ideas for their
After days of hearing about gifts that need to be able to stand up to dirt, oil, fire, and thousands of pounds of machinery and/or torque, it was a breath of fresh air to reach
If you’re comparing massage therapy training schools in your quest to become a therapist, you may want to ask local salons and spas where some of their best recruits have been educated. The profession is
On June 26th we celebrate National Beautician Day. The word beautician dates back to the early 1920’s, and a lot has changed in the industry over the last 100 years! We understand hair color better.
All across the U.S., there is a great need for skilled workers in careers involving Science, Technology, Engineering and Math, collectively known as the STEM fields. There is ongoing growth in hands-on STEM careers, partly
Have you ever thought about what would happen if colleges across the country stopped training people to fill specific jobs? Where would employers turn to find candidates for some of the country’s most in-demand careers?
Helping others relax and feel better is a calling for many people, and it’s a craft that can be learned in a relatively short instructional period through hands-on training from experienced professionals. The profession of
The International Stress Management Association recently observed Stress Awareness Day, which takes place each year on the second Wednesday of November. Ironically, if you’re among those whom the association wants to reach, you may be
June 26th marks National Beauticians Day, a great time for clients to thank their hair stylists, nail technicians and makeup artists for the incredible service they’ve provided over the years. It’s also a good time to talk
Millions of Americans are without jobs and millions of jobs remain unfilled, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. While numerous factors contribute to this problem, one major cause is the current shortage of skills needed