College students and John Deere technicians worked side-by-side at the Wake Technical Community College in Raleigh, North Carolina, as the instructors from the agricultural company lent their expertise to show these eager learners exactly what goes into the machinery of the company's equipment, The Cary News reported.
According to the news source, though the students may not have used John Deere equipment, they were quickly given a lesson as to how complex the machinery is, as the technicians came and taught these pupils about the problems that can exist for electrical wiring and circuits.
Though the school has a number of specialized classrooms specially designed for wiring and circuitry, John Deere decided to bring these students to a nearby facility owned by the company. Along with the use of the classroom, the agricultural firm designed the curriculum in order to provide these young minds with the knowledge needed to pursue a career in the field.
According to the school's website, the John Deere Tech program is designed to upgrade the technical competence and professional level of participating students.
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