Staff Accountant for four years unti promotion to Account Payable Supervisor
ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SUPERVISOR (Former Employee) – West Orange, NJ – March 16, 2018
I enjoyed working for Lincoln Tech, the people and the work and learned a great deal. Was promoted to A/P Supervisor at the same time the Company went public and sold but not enough fund to pay the vendors which made it very stressful.
Admissions Representative (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – March 2, 2018
This was a very hard place to work. Felt like I was being micromanaged all the time. The location was in a bad area and the students had a hard time getting there. The Rep would get blamed for everything.
Administrative Associate (Former Employee) – Brockton, MA – February 7, 2018
Lincoln Tech was a great place to work for me because I really like to help out people.I was the first face you see when you walk in.I enjoy give people the information they was looking for.I always try to make some smile.
Very cooperative and great bunch of people to work with and students
Career Service Representative-HVAC Program (Former Employee) – Union, NJ – January 22, 2018
I definitely loved my job as a Tuition Clerk, student interactions and helping wherever needed. Enjoyed every minute of my job there and would loved to have worked there for a long time. Unfortunately, my position was consolidated and i was transferred to another department.
They never cared about students, just the bottom dollar
Welding Instructor (Former Employee) – East Windsor, CT – January 16, 2018
Running out of stock materials for students to practice on. Careless instructors that don't care about the people learning the trade. Always being called in to cover instructors that called out, cover employees leaving early. Coming in early to prep for my class. No matter how much you go out of your way to be a good instructor. You will never be recognized by the company. They pay everyone the same!! So the instructors watch TV or working on there car. Everyone Gets The Same Raise.. not fair, but there not about fair..
Dental Assistant Instructor (Former Employee) – Brockton, MA – January 2, 2018
Teaching at Lincoln Tech was rewarding. Meeting new students with or without further education from high school was challenging. Students had to balance the responsibilities of home with the new demands of study time.
Encouragement was an everyday experience, and it always paid off. Our students were surprised to learn that Dental Assisting is not only passing instruments, but a great deal more.
At graduation night, we as teachers sat back and watched as our students, who at one time did not know what they wanted to do for their future, walk across the stage to receive their diploma, that they had worked so hard for, into a new and independent life and career.
I would of liked to teach more Dental Assisting with a longer program
INSTRUCTOR (Current Employee) – East Windsor, CT – December 3, 2017
The people are great,education is fine, and the students are OK, this has been a good journey that I embarked on, I would recommend it to anyone. As I am getting older it is the travel and road construction that has been the only issues.
Senior Instructor (Former Employee) – Allentown, PA – November 14, 2017
The most enjoyable part of the job was seeing how the students progressed through the semesters from first semester to graduation. The workplace was like a family. However management like to micromanage the classrooms.
ADMISSIONS FIELD RECRUITER (Former Employee) – East Windsor, CT – October 28, 2017
Monday - Friday in High Early morning doing setting or doing presentations. Going back to school to set appointments. Early evening Appointments for enrollments. Marketed brand at HS, Events everywhere. Management followed up on all activity during week. Culture was productive for running schools. Leaving!
Working with and seeing the Students suceed!
No promotions, raises, advancement and never utilized as a company resource for future progress.
Instructor (Current Employee) – Moorestown, NJ – October 16, 2017
Being a publicly-held company, and with the pressures put on for-profit schools these days, it's no surprise that working at any proprietary school is stressful. But at Lincoln, even though local management tries to keep employees happy, the corporate office just keeps taking more and more and giving less and less while the company's upper management continues to receive higher and higher salaries.
This past year, they finally gave a 1.5% raise in January (after repeatedly saying it wasn't economically feasible) but at the loss of their contribution to the 401K which had only just been restored the prior year. Meanwhile, faculty are not paid overtime, expected to "volunteer" personal time at events for marketing as "Community Service", and overall expected to make sacrifices in order to keep a job.