I worked at Lincoln Tech full-time (More than 10 years)
Help people because it's a school. Unique challenges, lots of teamwork. Very much caters to the student. Lots of cross training.
Some limitations because it's a school (FERPA). Because there is lots of cross training, sometimes have to pick up the slack of people who would rather jaw jack.
Advice to Management
A good manager recognizes those who contribute the most. Take them under your wing to make them the next generation of good managers. For-profit education is one industry that would benefit from promoting from within.
I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Lincoln Tech (Marietta, GA) in February 2017.
This entire process took 4 weeks. I got a call to do a group interview, then proceeded to a phone interview the next day, and then another call narrowed down to just two people for a work day interview- shadowing staff, touring the facility, and answering more individual questions. Very horrible experience. Took a lot of time preparing for this interview and seriously wanted the job, but they are just looking for someone that can sell you anything off the street, basically. Very unprofessional, low quality, lack of communication, and awful hiring manager. Out of us last two standing, he chose the girl that showed up late, wore leggings to the interview, couldn't answer any of the questions about the information we just gathered, she was very unprofessional, but because she could lie and sell you a lie, she got the job. Different experience I've ever witnessed. I would suggest not going in there with high hopes and high expectations.