Programs for Students
Students: the AMS is YOUR professional society. Whether you are a member yet or not, the AMS wants to help you find programs and mathematical opportunities and discover the career path that is right for you.
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The AMS offers a Blog by and for grad students in the mathematical sciences, a Travel Grant program for the January mathematics meetings, and a free Nominee Membership. The Annual Survey tracks new doctorates and reports on their employment status. Mathematics Research Communities (MRC), an AMS program, nurtures early-career mathematicians—those who are close to finishing their doctorates or have recently finished—and provides them with opportunities to build social and collaborative networks to inspire and sustain each other in their work. Find helpful links to all Graduate Student Programs.
The AMS is also accepting applications for the newly launched Graduate Student Chapters — a program that will generate interest in the mathematical sciences and encourage students in their mathematical pursuits. Learn how to start your own chapter today.
About Nominee Membership
Nominee Membership is the free membership given to full-time graduate students in Institutional Member departments. Take advantage of your free Nominee Membership today by creating a member log-in to the AMS web site. A web account allows you to request your free subscriptions to the AMS member journals, Notices and Bulletin, as well as access to member-only benefits, the ability to check membership status, or change an address online.
Undergraduate students ... need information about Graduate Programs? Summer Research Programs? Special Semesters for math majors? See lists of undergraduate math clubs, conferences, journals, competitions, and honorary societies, and find career resources on the Undergraduate page.
High school students
The AMS runs several programs specifically for high school students, such as the Arnold Ross Lectures and the popular Who Wants to Be a Mathematician game. Be sure to check the High School Students and Their Teachers page for Advanced Summer Research Programs, mathematical clubs, events and contests, career information, and AMS Posters.
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