The TMS Ambassador Program offers established TMS members the opportunity to grow their network of TMS connections by offering complimentary electronic memberships to colleagues who have never been a part of the Society. You can invite young professionals who may not know what a professional society can offer them, people who are new to your organization, colleagues working in a related field—anyone you think could benefit from TMS membership.
Why Become an Ambassador?
- Grow Your Community: When you invite new members to join TMS, you help to grow the network of minerals, metals, and materials scientists and engineers for all TMS members.
- Help Your Organization: You can share membership with individuals who are new to your company or institution, helping them to grow professionally at no cost to your organization.
- Receive a Bonus: Recruit five new members and you’ll receive a free year of TMS membership as a thank you.
Time Commitment and Responsibilities
The job of an ambassador is to identify colleagues who might benefit from TMS membership and to compose and send personalized e-mail invitations, telling them why you find TMS valuable and why they might, too. You may also be required to answer any follow-up questions those individuals may have about the Society. Time commitment varies, depending on the number of new members you recruit.
Ambassadors must be current TMS members and should have a general knowledge of the organization and its offerings.
How to Get Started
To become an ambassador or to learn more about the program, contact Bryn Simpson, TMS Membership and Volunteerism Program Manager.