Trade Lincoln Educational Services

Lincoln Technology is an American group of post-high school professional for-profit organizations based in Western Orange, New Jersey. Each campus is owned and operated by Lincoln Educational Services (NASDAQ: LINC), a career-oriented after-school education provider. Lincoln Schools accredited by the Independent College and Schools Accreditation Board (ACICS), the School and Professional College Accreditation Commission (ACCSC), and the New England Association of Schools and Colleges - The Higher Education Institutions Commission (NEASC) in 2016, the U.S. Department of Education stripped ACICS of its accreditation powers. However, on April 5, 2018, ACICS accreditation was restored by the Labor Department, pending further review. The following schools are accredited by ACICS and are accredited to work according to the U.S. Department of Education: Somerville, M.S.; Iselin, Murstown and Barramos, New Gee; Las Vegas, NV; Lincoln, RI; Marietta, General Assembly. was the founder and first president of Lincoln J. Warren Davis. The first Lincoln Art Institute was founded in 1946 in Newark, New Jersey, to serve world war II veterans returning from abroad. In Lincoln, these veterans found training programs to help them learn specific professional skills, moving to civilian jobs in the installation, air conditioning and refrigeration equipment. Car cycles were added in 1948. Lincoln established travel schools to provide accredited training from the National Adaptation Action Program, which received more than 11,000 mechanics between 1955 and 1965.