In early April 2016, Lincoln Tech in Nashville hosted its semi-annual Career Fair. More than 130 employers came to meet, interview, and recruit Lincoln students for their open positions. Leading manufacturers like John Deere, Caterpillar, Ryder and MHC Kenworth were on hand to recruit; in prior years the school estimates that around 10,000 open positions have been represented at each of these two-day events, giving Lincoln Tech students a head start on their careers when they graduate.

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