John Deere Technology
Careers in John Deere Tech
Join the Next Generation of Service Techs
At John Deere, well-trained service techs are in high demand. That’s why the company supports associate degree programs at colleges like WWCC. In this unique program, you’ll be sponsored by a specific dealership. During three paid work experiences, you’ll enhance your skills and launch your career. And you’ll graduate knowing there’s a great job waiting for you.
Plus, at John Deere dealerships, there are lots of opportunities to advance. Deere supports employees with ongoing training. And past graduates have gone on to be sales reps, service managers and even store managers. Explore more John Deere careers.
Certificates & Degrees in John Deere Tech
Your associate degree in John Deere Tech can launch a lifelong career. With a unique blend of classroom learning, labs and on-the-job training, this program will get you quickly up to speed on the latest John Deere tech. You’ll graduate with nearly 50 online certifications from John Deere University.
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John Deere Tech Program Details
Students can enter this program during the winter quarter or fall quarter of every even numbered year. Since considerable time is spent at the dealership, the program requires the student to have a sponsoring dealer. The main responsibility of the dealership is to provide training-related employment for the student during work experience quarters. If necessary, students can request assistance in locating a sponsoring dealer. In order to start this program, the placement process including a mechanical reasoning test must be completed through the Testing Center. Visit wwcc.edu/placement for more information.
- Implement competency-based education, skill standards, and program certification.
- Create and maintain a marketing plan related to student recruitment.
- Update facilities with consideration for function and appearance.
At WWCC, we’ll help you find scholarships that may be open to you. Scholarships provide money for school that you don’t have to pay back. They can be used for things like tuition, books, tools and fees. They come from sources like the WWCC Foundation, local businesses and private funds. Some
WWCC programs also have scholarships for students working toward a certain certificate or degree. You might qualify based on good grades, financial need or the potential to benefit from school. The bottom line: You have options. We’ll help you explore them at WWCC.
There are lots of ways to pay for college. We will work with you to find the right mix of support so that you can go after your dreams. Talk with us to learn more about:
- Financial aid — grants, scholarships and student loans.
- Workforce Education Services — support for students on workforce training pathways.
- Warrior Pledge — covers needs not met by other financial aid.
- Flexible payment plans — low monthly payments with no interest.
- Work study — work part-time on campus while you earn your degree.
- Emergency funds — for students who are struggling to make ends meet.
You can go to college. Start exploring your options today.
For additional information including regional employment data, completion rates, student characteristics, and employment see http://www.careerbridge.wa.gov.
The John Deere Tech program has a written arrangement with the John Deere corporation for this program. Students complete considerable time on site at their sponsoring John Deere dealership completing cooperative work experience credits. The main responsibility of the dealership is to provide training-related employment for the student during work experience quarters. If necessary, students can request assistance in locating a sponsoring dealer. Students enrolled in the cooperative work experience credit classes remain subject to and protected by the policies and procedures of WWCC.
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