College of Technology - Company Days 2018

Tuesday, September 18 with a focus on

Construction Management, Construction Engineering Technology,
Environmental and Safety Management, Interior Design,
Graphics & Imaging Technologies, and Wood Technology

Wednesday, September 19 with a focus on

Automotive Technology, Diesel & Heavy Equipment,
Electronics Engineering Technology, Manufacturing Engineering Technology,
Mechanical Engineering Technology, and Plastics Engineering Technology

Companies who plan to attend both days but with different departments, must register twice, once with each department.


Register

Please select your company's primary recruitment interest:

A confirmation email will be sent after registration is complete.


Details

Why Attend 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.
  • No cost to attend; however, sponsorship donations are accepted and help defray expenses. Donations above expenses will go to support the program area of your choice.

Hotels

Simply Google search using “Hotels Pittsburg, KS.” The best ones are Comfort Inn, Holiday Inn Express, and the Lamplighter (formerly Holiday Inn).


Parking

Company Day 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. Additional parking can be found in the Bicknell Center for the Arts, 1711 Homer Street, the parking lot just to our west; and College Heights United Methodist Church, 1901 South Taylor (south of the KTC on Ford). A shuttle service will be running from the Bicknell and College Heights UMC lots to the KTC.


Location

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.



 





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