AMS helps support your career whether you’re a student or an experienced professional in the private, public, or academic sector. Our career building resources help you keep up with new technologies, competition in the workforce, and continuous changes in the weather, water, and climate sciences.
What is a meteorolgist? Where do they work? What is the job outlook? Would meteorology be a good career for me?
Whether you are about to graduate from high school or are an adult who is interested in a career change, our Career Guides and Tools offer you valuable resources including a list of colleges that offer degrees in meteorology and distance learning courses.
At AMS, we work to strengthen the dynamic community of those working in the atmospheric, oceanic, and hydrologic sciences. Whether you are catching up with old friends, or meeting new ones, collaborating with others with the same interests is a rewarding experience.
Remember, learning doesn't stop once you have landed a job. In order to stay abreast of the science, advance your career, and establish expertise in your field, you must continue to grow professionally.
Earn a mark of distinction and professional recognition by applying for one of AMS’s nationally recognized meteorological certifications.