Did you know that Fall Meeting is a great place to build your academic resume? Not only is presenting at the meeting a great opportunity to reach nearly 24,000 of your peers, but you can attend more than 50 career and communication workshops. Below are some events that you won’t want to miss.

Design and Present a Winning Poster

This Career Center webinar on 12 November from 3-4 PM EST will discuss the elements of a successful poster and, even more importantly, how to deliver a meaningful, effective poster presentation; how to leverage the connections you make to develop partnerships; and utilize social media to build buzz around you and your research endeavors. Learn more and register.


Career Workshops

Plan to attend one of the many career workshops geared toward students and early career scientists. View a full list here. Looking for a job or research opportunity now? Visit the AGU Career Center.

Education Workshops

Get the most out of your course work now so you can plan for future career success.

Sharing Science Workshops

Communicating your science effectively to any audience will allow you to make a bigger impact with your research.

Fall Meeting Undergraduate Mentoring Program

AGU is piloting a program that will pair a subset of undergraduate Fall Meeting attendees with more experienced attendees for an in-person mentoring experience, and we are currently recruiting mentees. Each mentee will be matched one-to-one with a mentor based on shared research and scientific interests. Throughout the Fall Meeting, mentor-mentee pairs will have daily interactions, which may include attending sessions together, going to networking events, or sharing a meal. Mentee applications will be reviewed on a first-come, first-served basis through the end of August, or until the program is full.