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About Lincoln Tech

For over 70 years, Lincoln Tech has been a leading institution helping students obtain professional success with a personalized touch. Hands-on training and individual career support are the foundations of your trade education for industries built on technology that is constantly evolving.

In-depth Lincoln Tech courses are designed to grow with the changing expectations of today’s job market. Flexible daytime and evening programs are offered to accommodate your busy schedule. At Lincoln, you’ll find career training for a variety of fields, such as Auto and Diesel Technology, Welding, Manufacturing, HVAC, Electrical, Health Sciences, Business & Information, Culinary Arts, and Spa/Cosmetology.

Lincoln stands apart from other schools in a variety of ways. The training programs emphasize first-hand, interactive learning activities – you’ll learn by “doing the job before getting the job”. Lincoln’s certificate, diploma and associate degree programs have been designed to accelerate your education and entrance into the job market. Lincoln students earn valuable on-the-job experience before many of their peers outside the school.

Lincoln’s instructors are an invaluable asset to the students because they possess a combination of seasoned teaching skills, subject matter expertise, job site experience and passion for their field. In addition to providing excellent career-specific training, Lincoln also cultivates partnerships with important local industry contacts. When you prepare to graduate, Lincoln’s Career Services Specialists assist in finding your best opportunities.

Lincoln Tech’s dedication to your success sets our schools apart from the competition. Your Lincoln education will set you apart from others entering the field when you graduate!


Lincoln Tech’s Electrician and Electronics training programs are designed to meet society’s continuous demands in business and residential settings. High and low-voltage electrical systems are essential to everyday life, and opportunities for qualified electricians continue to grow as emerging energy technologies develop.

Three different program options, based on campus location, give you the chance to prepare for installation and service of residential, commercial, and industrial systems. Electricians and electronics systems technicians are needed at private homes, construction sites, large corporations, schools, hospitals, airports … just about everywhere!

Through our partnership with Johnson Controls, you can also get connected to one of the country’s top employers in the field. Johnson Controls facilities around the country have hiring needs to be filled, and they’ve partnered with us for skills training to develop their workforce!

So which electrical or electronics-based career path will you pursue?

  • Electrical and Renewable Energy Technology (in Connecticut): Gain hands-on experience working with alternate energy technologies like photovoltaic systems. Work in labs and shop classes on wiring connector boxes, service panels, light fixtures, and alarm systems. And tackle residential, industrial and commercial wiring on circuit boards, lights, switches and appliances.
  • Electrical and Electronic Systems Technology (in New Jersey, Columbia, MD, Indianapolis, IN,Melrose Park, IL, and Atlanta, GA): Receive hands-on training using tools to properly install and maintain service panels, lighting fixtures, alarm systems, cabling systems, industrial motors, and conduit benders. Learn to install, troubleshoot and service fire alarm systems, home theater equipment, closed-circuit TV systems, satellite/cable TV equipment, and whole-home automation equipment. Get trained in both the high-and-low voltage sides of the industry!
  • Electronic Engineering Technology (in Allentown, PA): Gain an even more intricate, up-close look at electronics technology like microcontrollers, microprocessors and semiconductors as you get ready to launch a career as an Electronic Engineering Technician, Electromechanical Technician, or Field Service Technician. This program can prepare you to work in industries like telecommunications, biomedical systems, information technology and many more!

Important information about the educational debt, earnings, and completion rates of students who attended a Lincoln campus and enrolled in a program can be found at:

Campus Locations

Allentown, PA

5151 Tilghman St



Columbia, MD

9325 Snowden River Parkway



East Windsor, CT

97 Newberry Road

East Windsor,


Indianapolis, IN

7225 Winton Dr



Mahwah, NJ

70 McKee Dr



Marietta, GA

2359 Windy Hill Rd SE



Melrose Park, IL

8317 W North Ave

Melrose Park,


New Britain, CT

200 John Downey Dr

New Britain,


Shelton, CT

8 Progress Drive




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