Career Activities

Advance your skills at the Annual Meeting! Continuing education and networking opportunities are available for attendees in all stages of their careers. 

 

Network in the Exhibit Hall

Attention job seekers! Don’t forget to visit the exhibit hall throughout the week. Organizations marked with a 'handshake' symbol in the exhibitor list will have handouts indicating open positions and other information about their organization available at their booth. This is a great networking opportunity.

 

Identify Yourself as a Job Seeker

Let employers know that you are on the hunt for a job by asking for a job seeker ribbon to wear on your badge and/or requesting a job seeker flag to place on your poster board! This will alert hiring managers and organizations with open positions that you are a job seeker making it that much easier for potential employers to reach out to you.

 

Need a Professional Headshot?

Stop by our photo booth and have your professional headshot taken at the Annual Meeting. You will receive your photo in real-time to use on LinkedIn and other social media sites.

 

Career Resources and Graduate School Fair

Job seekers can learn about graduate school offerings and interview for open positions on-site, in a one-on-one setting, with organizations looking to recruit highly talented individuals.

 

Short Courses

There will be 13 short courses offered on the Saturday and Sunday prior to the Annual Meeting. Learn a new skill or brush up on an area of expertise. You will surely find a course of interest to you.

 
Student Conference

Listen to invited speakers from various sectors on potential career options, submit a student poster, and enjoy an exclusive career fair and networking evening.

 

Early Career Conference

This conference serves as a gateway for graduate students and those early in their careers to connect and network with other members, boards, and leaders of AMS.