To prepare for a career as an expert chef, Lincoln Culinary Institute has a lot to offer. Programs include baking & pastry or culinary arts. Accredited by The American Culinary Federation Education Foundation Accrediting Commission (ACFEFAC), there are campuses in Connecticut and Maryland.
Programs & Courses
Baking & Pastry Arts
9325 Snowden River Pkwy., Columbia, MD 21046
8 Progress Dr., Shelton, CT 06484
Financial Aid Services
Applicants may qualify for several types of assistance at Lincoln Culinary Institute. All must fill out the correct forms to apply. Millions of dollars in trade school scholarships and grants are possible through the parent group of Lincoln schools. Students could also accept loans or alternative funding. Financial aid representatives will help plan these decisions.
Those who need academic assistance are able to get it outside of class hours. The support system is there to ensure no one gets left behind. Lincoln Culinary Institute also encourages peer tutoring sessions so students can help each other and create a sense of community.
Attendees from the Culinary Institute can access Lincoln’s Career Services. The staff provides guidance on topics like resumes and job interviews. Employers often link up with the department to find qualified workers. Advisors discuss plans for a budget after graduation as well so people can make the most of their careers.
Veteran and Military Services
Military personnel and veterans can build new careers at Lincoln Culinary Institute. For those eligible, additional financial aid might be available. This includes the GI Bill, Yellow Ribbon Program, and American Hero Scholarship.
Lincoln Culinary Institute maintains a lifetime relationship with students after they graduate. As part of this, alumni may continue to take advantage of career services for help with job placement. Representatives from admissions and financial aid are accessible for graduates too.