Since 1919, AMS has been providing ways for professionals in the fields of atmospheric and related oceanic and hydrologic sciences to come together to share their research, network with peers, develop their skills, and advance the science through outreach and education.
Present a paper at one of AMS’s many meetings and conferences, publish a paper in any of our eleven journals, or author a book.
Earn a mark of distinction and professional recognition by applying for one of AMS’s nationally renowned meteorological certifications.
Meet hundreds of other professionals by attending an AMS conference, volunteering for a board or committee, or joining an AMS local chapter in your area.
Share your love of science by visiting a local school, mentoring an undergraduate student or early career professional, or nominating a deserving colleague for an AMS Award.
Continue to develop professionally by attending a meeting, enrolling in a short course, reading scientific journals, listening to recorded presentations, or participating in online learning.