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"Soon after graduating from the MHS Program at Lincoln University, I was promoted to a supervisory role, as drug court program coordinator at People Helping People, Inc. My agency is an intensive outpatient substance abuse program in Morristown, NJ & Trenton, NJ. After upgrading my CADC to the LCADC credential on July 2, 2012, I was promoted to Director and received an increase in salary!"

- Tyler Horace, '12

Toni Allayne Boulware
"I am currently attending Argosy University in my first semester in the Counseling Psychology Doctoral Program. Based on the foundation that I received from LU, I have been more than adequately prepared for the work load that is required....especially in research (which is my first class)!"

- Toni Allayne Boulware, '12

"I was promoted at my job 6 months after graduation!!! My experience at Lincoln surpassed just education…. It taught me that I can transcend the limits that I once had for myself. I have decided to pursue business endeavors that will further enhance my human relations skills. As a full time worker, student, and mother, I didn't think obtaining a graduate degree was possible, yet here I stand! Lincoln taught me how to think outside the box, aim high, and achieve!!!"

- Lisa Thomas El, '11

Lisa Thomas El

Rahied Sharrief-Al-Bey

"At the end of 2011, I left my former position and am currently a faculty member of the Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Work Department, School of Social & Behavioral Sciences, Nassau Community College, State University of New York.

I am engaged in doctoral studies at Fielding Graduate University, where I am earning a Ph.D. in Human & Organizational Systems and maintaining a 3.85 cumulative GPA. I owe much of the success of these endeavors to my studies at Lincoln."

- Rashied K. Sharrief-Al-Bey, '10

"Since graduating the Lincoln University MHS program on May 6, 2012, I have taken and passed the IC&RC,  International Credentialing Examination. The IC&RC represents 76 Member Boards, including 24 countries, 47 U.S. states and territories, five Native American territories, and all branches of the U.S. Armed Forces. Thanks to the comprehensive examinations that were given by the Lincoln University MHS program, I passed it with flying colors in August 2012. Since then I have been promoted and received a generous increase in pay within the agency in which I am currently employed. I was also offered a part-time position with a local re-entry program in the Washington, DC. area. I am also currently working towards owning my own outpatient program in the Fort Washington, Maryland area. I am also researching my options for funding by attending classes on weekends with the Small Business Association (SBA). The information gained throughout comps 1, 2, 3 and 4 has been my guide to helping me reach the ultimate goal of being a business owner. I am well on my way, stay tuned."

- Charlena Wilson Young, '12

Charlena Wilson Young

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