The AMS encourages fellowship and scholarship applications from
women, minorities, and disabled students, traditionally
underrepresented in the atmospheric and related oceanic and
hydrologic sciences. The scholarship and fellowship programs are
supported by AMS members, corporations, and government agencies
nationwide. Information and applications are available on the AMS
web site at www.ametsoc.org,
and are located on the student resource pages.
AMS also provides annual meeting travel opportunities for students. The 94th AMS Annual Meeting and 13th Annual AMS Student Conference will be held in Atlanta, Georgia, 1 February - 6 February 2014. The AMS strongly encourages student participation at the annual meeting. Therefore, AMS has established programs that help provide partial travel support to students wishing to attend. This year we are offering the Student Assistant Program and the Student Travel Grant Program. Further information can be found on the AMS web site annual meeting pages. On the AMS home page click the annual meeting logo."
AMS Named Scholarships
Open to college juniors.
AMS Graduate Fellowships
AMS Student Assistant Program
Open to AMS student members currently pursuing an undergraduate degree.
13th Annual AMS Student Conference
Opportunities in the new job climate and beyond.