Being a ATMAE student member means having a committed professional development association dedicated to building careers in the field of applied engineering, technical management and industrial technology!
With students and professional members from over 500 companies, community colleges and universities throughout the U.S, ATMAE provides peer-to-peer networking, education and professional development opportunities that will give you the skills and knowledge you need to succeed in your career.
Investing in a membership as a student will better prepare you for a successful transition in to your professional career because ATMAE is dedicated to staying up-to-date on the most cutting edge advancements in applied engineering and technology.
Student Memberships are $25 per year and are open to individuals enrolled full time in a community college, technical institute, or university. Membership is valid for 12 months from the date your application is processed.
Award programs recognizing the achievements of students and professional members.
www.ATMAE.org – The best source for content about the association, ListServ, Professional Certification, leadership, conference, The Journal of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering. The interactive ATMAE website allows you to actively participate in online discussions and join specialty division and focus groups to network with others in your field.
ATMAE’s onlineCareer Centerdesigned to connect companies looking for the expertise of Technologists, Industrial Managers, and Applied Engineers with the largest, most qualified audience of Technology professionals.
ATMAEAnnual Conference: Enjoy discounted member rates that allow our members to present research and project activity, attend workshops on the latest technology, participate in student competitions at a discounted rate, go on tours, and network with leaders in the Applied Engineering, Engineering Technology, Industrial Technology, and Technology Management professions.
Specialty Divisions– sponsor projects and conference content and group forums for areas covering: Student Division activities, Construction, Distance Learning, Graphics, Electronics/Electricity and Computer Technology, Management, Manufacturing, Safety, and Women in Technology. We also have a Focus Group in Micro/Nanotechnology.