Lincoln Educational Services Corporation (NASDAQ:LINC) was founded in 1946 and is headquartered in West Orange, New Jersey, USA. It has 1,532 full-time employees. Together with its subsidiaries, it provides a variety of professional post-secondary education services in the United States. And technical skills training (technical skills training).
Lincoln Educational Services (LINC):
Lincoln Educational Services and its subsidiaries provide a variety of employment-oriented higher education and technical skills education & training services in the United States, including: automotive technology, skilled trades, health care, cooking, business and IT, beauty degrees and courses. Wait.
The school colleges under Lincoln Education Services include: Lincoln Technical Institute, Lincoln College of Technology, Lincoln College of New England, Nashville Auto-Diesel College, Euphoria Institute of Beauty Arts and Sciences.
Lincoln Educational Services (LINC) History:
- In 1946, the first Lincoln Technical Institute was founded by J. Warren Davies in Newark, New Jersey;
- In 1948, new automotive technical training was added;
- In 1955, a tourism school was established to provide NAPA certification training;
- In 1969, Ryder acquired Lincoln Technical Institute and 2 other technical schools;
- By 1997, Lincoln Technical Institute had 10 schools in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Texas and Washington DC;
- In 1994, Lincoln Technical Institute acquired The Cittone Institute and its 3 campuses;
- At the end of 1996, there were 15 campuses;
- In 2000, Stonington Partners and Hart Capital acquired Lincoln Technical Institute;
- In 2001, Lincoln Technical Institute acquired Denver Automotive, Diesel College, and Computer-Ed Business Institutes;
- In 2003, acquired Nashville Auto-Diesel College and changed its name to Lincoln College of Technology;
- In 2004, Lincoln acquired Southwestern College of Business and New England Technical Institute;
- In 2005, it acquired Euphoria Institute of Beauty Arts and Sciences;
- In 2007, acquired Harrison Career Institute;
- In December 2008, Briarwood College was acquired;
- In 2009, acquired the Baran Institute of Technology series of schools (Baran Institute of Technology, Connecticut Culinary Institute, Americare School of Nursing, Engine City Technical Institute, Clemens College);
- In 2012, acquired Florida Medical Training Institute;
- From 2013 to 2014, Lincoln closed 4 schools in Ohio and 1 school in Kentucky, and closed 5 training institutions in Florida;
- In 2016, several Lincoln Education affiliated schools increased cash monitoring under the supervision of the U.S. Department of Education.