#1 IN NEW JERSEY FOR FOR AUTOMOTIVE, HVAC, & ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS TECHNICIAN* GRADUATES
For more than 25 years, Lincoln Tech’s Mahwah campus has been the destination for students across northern New Jersey and upstate New York. The campus is close to the border of Bergen and Rockland Counties and offers easy access from Upper Manhattan, the Bronx, and Westchester County.
Lincoln Tech’s Mahwah campus offers hands-on training for careers in automotive technology and skilled trades. The Mahwah campus partners with several outstanding organizations like Chrysler, Volkswagen, Haas Automation, and Miele, Inc., and our Career Services team has one of the highest rates of career placement among our Lincoln Tech schools.
Lincoln’s Mahwah campus also boasts a partnership with Audi of America, Inc., giving you the unique opportunity to train on manufacturer-specific technology from one of the most prestigious car companies worldwide!
Lincoln Tech’s Mahwah campus also offers:
- Six fully-functioning auto bays and lifts, drive-in classrooms, and more than 20 cars on site for students to practice on engines, fuel systems, transmissions and more.
- An onsite Green Technology Testing Facility for HVAC students.
- Specialized equipment, including a fully wired “stick house” structure, for our and Electrical and Electronic Systems Technology students.
- A Haas Technical Education Center featuring CNC machining equipment from the worldwide leader.
Fill out the form on this page today to learn more about our Mahwah campus and the programs available.
Training Available at Mahwah, NJ
“They really walk you through and teach you everything–from the basics about how construction works to the more advanced topics of electronics.”
Chris Pagano | EST Graduate
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