The TMS Foundation supports professionals in the early stages of their careers through professional recognition awards, opportunities for travel and presenting work, leadership development programs, and networking with society leaders.
The following opportunities are provided for early career professionals through the TMS Foundation:
Early Career Faculty Fellow Award
By acknowledging the early accomplishments of an assistant professor, this award provides important professional recognition at a key stage of career development. Further, recipients also benefit from valuable growth opportunities by delivering a tutorial lecture and programming a symposium with technical support and guidance.
Visit the dedicated award page to learn more.
Emerging Leaders Alliance Program
The TMS Foundation sponsors attendance at this multi-society program which provides unique leadership development opportunities for attendees. Early-career engineering and scientific professionals on track for leadership roles in their organizations can strengthen their nontechnical skills in a setting that allows them to interact across disciplines and obtain foundational, executive-level knowledge, while weaving themes of social responsibility and environmental stewardship throughout the training curriculum.
Find out more about the Emerging Leaders Alliance Program.
International Scholar Awards
This exchange program offers young professional members the opportunity to present their work at international conferences and to grow their international network. It is jointly operated by TMS, the Federation of European Materials Societies (FEMS), and the Japan Institute of Metals and Materials (JIM).
Explore more details on the program here.
TMS Young Leaders Professional Development Awards
These awards, administered by each of TMS’s five technical divisions, enhance the professional development of promising early career professionals by helping them participate in Society activities, make important contacts with TMS leaders, and network with prominent Society members.
To learn more about this opportunity, visit the award page.