Lincoln Tech, Mazda Launch Technician Training Program To Grow Regional Workforce In Queens
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Lincoln Tech, Mazda Launch Technician Training Program To Grow Regional Workforce In Queens

The event was attended by senior executives from both companies as well as more than 250 Lincoln Tech automotive students who may apply for participation in the training program.

Left to right: John Hay, customer experience/loyalty manager, Mazda Northeast Region; Ryuichi Umeshita, Mazda executive officer of brand engagement, global marketing, sales and customer service; Scott Shaw, president and CEO of Lincoln Tech.

Yesterday, Lincoln Tech and Mazda announced the launch of their Certified Technician Training Partnership at Lincoln Tech’s Queens, New York, Campus.

The event was attended by senior executives from both companies as well as more than 250 Lincoln Tech automotive students who may apply for participation in the training program.

 

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