If you’re a student interested in and or currently studying the field of weather, water, and climate, attending the AMS Annual Meeting is an essential and important step in your career path. First-time attendee? We've got tips for you on how to get the most out of your first meeting.
Expand your knowledge.
Improve your research opportunities.
Share your own ideas.
Connect with experts.
Grow personally and professionally.
Listen to invited speakers from various job sectors on potential career options and enjoy an exclusive career fair and networking evening.
Do you consider yourself an early career professional? Are you trying to find your niche within the AMS community? Or, perhaps you are looking to connect with other AMS early career professionals? If so, you are not alone!
The conference comprises a mix of speakers, panelists, and group discussions. Several networking opportunities throughout the conference encourage communication with both other young professional attendees and invited early, mid, and late career professionals involved in AMS. A special networking event will held early Sunday evening for only those that register for the conference.
Free of Charge and Open to All!
Teachers, students, families, weather enthusiasts of all ages! Join us for the American Meteorological Society’s 16th Annual WeatherFest, a cool, fun, and fascinating look at all things weather, water, and climate.
Share your research with colleagues and be eligible win an award!
Travel grants are for current senior undergraduate or graduate students interested in attending the AMS Annual Meeting. Applications were due by 14 October.
Learn more about travel grants
Help AMS staff run the Annual Meeting! Open to undergraduate students who are active AMS student members. Applications were due by 14 October.