Pittsburg State University

AMMT Company Day 2019

Architectural Manufacturing Management and Technology (AMMT) Company Day 2019

Please join us for the 11th Annual
February 21-22, 2019

February 21, 2019
8am - noon Company Presentations
12:15 - 1:15pm Representative Luncheon
1:30 - 4:30pm Table Top Displays
February 22, 2018
8:30am - 1pm Interviews & Table Displays with a break for lunch
Booth Space Provided (6' table, electricity, and wifi)
For more information regarding booth space and event sponsorship contact:
Charlie Phillips
V. 620-235-4942

Recommended Sponsorship $500.00.  The top ten highest sponsorships, beyond the $500, will qualify for a presentation slot. 


Registration for AMMT Company Day 2019 is open

(If only one rep plans to attend).

NEW! (multiple reps) Please follow directions below.

Group registrations, require one person to fill out the company information, then 'add registrant' for themselves and complete the individual registration. For each add additional attendee, use the 'add registrant' then complete each attendees' individual information.

A confirmation email will be sent only to the 'Group Contact' after the payment is complete. Registration are modifiable until the registration closes.



AMMT Company Day

  • Showcase your business to talented students studying for careers in your industry.
  • Network with PSU students and faculty as well as other company representatives in your industry.
  • Booth location will be near classrooms and labs related to your industry in the Kansas Technology Center.


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Visitors may park in Blue, Brown, or Visitor parking areas that surround the Kansas Technology Center. Parking passes will not be required. The largest lots are on the west and north sides of the building.

Shipping label for your convenience.


Kansas Technology Center
909 East Ford St.
Pittsburg, KS 66762

About Us

The mission of the College of Technology is to be the center for excellence in technology for the state of Kansas. The College of Technology assumes this leadership role through programs in five departments: Automotive Technology; Engineering Technology; Graphics and Imaging Technologies; School of Construction; and Technology and Workforce Learning. The college meets its regional and national responsibility by giving particular attention to supporting economic development.