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#1 IN CONNECTICUT FOR WELDING GRADUATES* A TOP-RANKED STATE FOR SALARIES AND GROWTH**!
Earn a diploma through the automotive and skilled trade training programs at Lincoln Tech’s East Windsor, CT campus. Learn from experienced instructors through training on industry-specific equipment.
Lincoln’s East Windsor campus 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 East Windsor campus offers:
- Shop space for students in our Automotive Technology and Collision Repair programs.
- More than 80 booths for our Welding program.
- Industry experienced instructors to prepare you for job-ready skills in programs such as Machining & Manufacturing, Electrical, Diesel Technology, and Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC).
- Career Services representatives with industry contacts to put you in touch with potential employers.
- Start Diesel Technology training in our brand new Penske Truck Leasing dedicated diesel lab, which introduces students to topics such as vehicle and engine system maintenance and repair, as well as industry certifications. As a leading global transportation and services provider, Penske has hired 1,000+ Lincoln Tech graduates over 10 years, with this collaboration set to provide even more opportunities.
Fill out the form on this page today to learn more about our East Windsor campus, our housing services and the programs available here.
Training Available at East Windsor, CT
“Lincoln Tech gave me the knowledge I needed to start my career, and [their] Career Services [team] showed me the different directions I could go… I can’t thank Lincoln Tech enough.”
Travis Cox | Diesel Graduate
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