Lincoln Tech Celebrates Donation of Student Lounge and Career Opportunities with Marriott Hotels International
“This is a wonderful opportunity for our campus and our students, and we’re thankful to Marriott for their interest in working with Lincoln Tech to build their workforce,” says
“We’re proud to work with such a well-respected global organization and we hope to be able to fill their hiring needs for years to come,” Biddle says. “It’s exciting to lay this foundation for a growing, mutually beneficial relationship.”
Biddle notes that Marriott has been a consistent, supportive presence on the Lincoln Tech campus, taking part in career fairs, presenting exclusive programs to students, and providing soft skills training crucial for future Marriott careers. Marriott has also welcomed Lincoln Tech students during field trips to local properties, giving future technicians the chance to see commercial equipment in action – an experience, Biddle says, that’s invaluable in helping students envision their future careers.
“Marriott always rolls out the red carpet for our students,” he says. “They’ve really embraced the opportunity to help motivate students about what their futures can hold career-wise.”
Marriott’s Vice President of Engineering and Facilities Operations,
“I’m very proud to be a part of this partnership,” Baglio says. “We’re looking forward to creating this same partnership and atmosphere at Lincoln Tech schools across the country.”
“We have an amazing relationship with Lincoln Tech,” adds Obermaier. “Over the years I’ve worked with several Lincoln alumni, and they are some of the best engineers Marriott has.”
The relationship between Lincoln Tech and Marriott will give current Lincoln students the opportunity to work part-time at Marriott-branded hotels while they complete their training. Upon graduation, new HVAC and Electrical/Electronic Systems Technicians may be recruited for full-time career paths within Marriott.
Nearly 1.2 million job openings are projected for entry-level HVAC Technicians and Electricians across the country over the next 10 years*. With Marriott hotels continuing to remain among the most popular among travelers, new facilities along with existing properties are expected to need a steady influx of new talent for these critical hands-on positions.
* Career growth projections can be found at onetonline.org for the years 2021-2031 and are current as of
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