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The J.F.Lincoln Foundation is a non-profit, welding education organization founded in 1936 to promote welding as a better method of joining metals and to promote welding as a career choice. It is the only organization in the United States solely dedicated to educating the public about the art and science of arc welding. Formed when the arc welding industry was in its infancy. The Foundation is now in its seventh decade of publishing educational texts and granting cash awards to recognize technical achievements.
The Lincoln Institute of Land Policy was established by Lincoln Electric’s founder. John C. Lincoln, in 1946, based on his admiration for the work of Henry George. Today, the think tank still focuses on promoting “creative approaches to land as a solution to economic, social, and environmental challenges.”
The Lincoln Electric Welding School was set up in 1917, and has since then instructed over 150,000 men and women in the various methods and techniques of safety and arc welding processes. The school is listed by the Ohio State Board of School and College Registration.