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John Deere Tech Program


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This guide will allow you to explore the subject of the John Deere Tech Program.  Students are always welcome to visit the Library for additional help.   

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The John Deere TECH program is designed to upgrade the technical competence and professional level of the incoming John Deere dealership technician. It is supported by the John Deere Company and operated by Northeast Iowa Community College. You will receive classroom lecture and real life laboratory experiences on John Deere products at the Calmar campus and a unique opportunity to work at a John Deere dealership.



John Deere Tech Program

Some Resources require you to sign in with your NICC email address or your 14 digit borrower ID number.

Your NICC Student ID / Library Card has your 14-digit Borrower ID number.

This number is located on the back of your ID card.  Do not have an ID card?  Follow these steps to get your Borrower #:

  1. Locate your NICC student ID number.
  2. Select your home campus:
    Calmar Students: 23263
    Peosta Students: 25110
  3. Combine with campus number first then your student number. If this is not 14 digits, then add zero's after the campus number.

Calmar Example: 23263 + 0###### then add 2 zero’s after the campus number: 23263000######.

Peosta Example: 25110 + 0###### then add 2 zero’s after the campus number: 25110000######.

If you do not know your student ID number please contact the NICC HelpDesk at:

Phone:  (844) 642-2338, ext. 555

e-Mail:  helpdesk@nicc.edu

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Library Contact Information

Library staff may be able to offer limited technical support, especially if it's a library database or access issue.