Kubota Tech Program

Kubota Tech is dedicated to shaping the future of the industry by developing the next generation of skilled technicians. Our goal is to incorporate a Kubota-centered curriculum into technical schools across the United States, providing students with the knowledge and skills they need to excel in the field. By partnering with these educational institutions, we ensure that our curriculum meets the highest standards and is tailored to the needs of the industry.

The Kubota Tech program offers comprehensive training that includes both theoretical knowledge and practical, hands-on experience. Through our OEM certification programs, students gain a deep understanding of Kubota equipment and technology. This industry-supported curriculum is designed to equip students with the expertise required to meet the demands of modern agricultural, construction, and landscaping machinery.

One of the key benefits of the Kubota Tech program is the strong connection to the workforce. Upon completion of the program, student technicians will have earned Kubota Tech certifications, making them highly qualified candidates for employment. Kubota dealers will benefit from a pool of well-trained, certified technicians who are ready to contribute to their businesses immediately. This not only ensures a high standard of service for customers but also supports the growth and success of Kubota dealerships.

Graduating from the Kubota Tech program opens the door to a wide range of career opportunities. With a network of over 1,100 Kubota dealerships nationwide, students will have access to numerous job openings and career paths. The program is designed to support students from the classroom to their first job and beyond, providing ongoing training and development to help them advance in their careers.

In summary, Kubota Tech aims to build the technicians of tomorrow by offering a robust, Kubota-centered curriculum in technical schools across the United States. Our program combines OEM certification, industry-supported coursework, and hands-on training to produce highly skilled and qualified technicians. Graduates of the program will enjoy enhanced career opportunities within Kubota’s extensive dealership network, ensuring a bright future for both themselves and the industry as a whole.

This program is currently offered to students at the following colleges across the country:

  • Gateway Technical College in Kenosha, WI
  • Tennesse College of Applied Technology - Elizabethton in Elizabethton, TN
  • Dallas College - Cedar Valley Campus in Lancaster, TX
  • Kiamichi Technology Center in Hugo, OK
  • Johnston Community College in Smithfield, NC
  • Clover High School in Clover, SC
  • Wytheville Community College in Wytheville, VA
  • SUNY-Morrisville in Morrisville, NY
  • North Central Missouri College in Savannah, MO
  • Wallace State Community College in Hanceville, AL
  • Hartnell College in Salinas, CA
  • Ohio State ATI - CFAES Wooster in Wooster, OH
  • Mission Trails ROP in Salinas, CA
  • Alexandria Technical and Community College in Alexandria, MN
  • San Juan College in Farmington, NM
  • Chemeketa Community College in Brooks, OR
  • Treasure Valley Community College in Ontario, OR
  • Lake Land College in Mattoon IL
  • Lake Area Technical College in Watertown, SD
  • Central Texas College in Killeen, TX
  • Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College in Long Beach, MS
  • Wasilla High School in Wasilla, AK
  • Great Basin Community College in Elko, NV
  • Pulaski Tech in North Little Rock, AR
  • Odessa College in Odessa, TX
  • Assist senior technicians in diagnosing and repairing tractor equipment.
  • Perform routine maintenance tasks such as oil changes, filter replacements, and fluid checks.
  • Conduct inspections to identify mechanical issues and propose appropriate solutions.
  • Learn to operate diagnostic tools and interpret diagnostic reports.
  • Collaborate with the team to ensure timely completion of service and repair tasks.
  • Maintain accurate records of work performed and parts used.
  • Adhere to safety protocols and guidelines while working on tractors.


  • Hands-on experience— Gain practical knowledge and skills by working directly with experienced technicians in a real-world setting.
  • Skill development— Enhance your understanding of diesel, tractor, and construction maintenance and repair techniques.
  • Networking opportunities— Build professional relationships with industry experts and fellow interns.
  • Local dealership participation in Career Tech Student Organizations
  • Enhance your resume— Add relevant industry experience to your resume, increasing your employability.
  • Potential employment opportunities with a globally recognized brand— Successful completion of the internship may lead to full-time job offers or future employment references.
  • Scholarship potential— Some organizations offering the internship may provide scholarships based on performance and commitment.


  • Meet all entrance and academic requirements of the partnering school
  • Highly motivated in becoming a skilled Kubota Technician working on agricultural and construction machinery
  • Basic knowledge of mechanical systems and tools.
  • Good problem-solving and communication skills.
  • Ability to work in a team-oriented environment.


  • The student must be enrolled full-time in a Kubota TECH program
  • The student must be employed by a Kubota dealership and the dealer serve as the sponsoring employer
  • The student Technician must be recommended by the partnering dealer 


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