Past & Future Conferences
Conference program books may be viewed by clicking the link. More program books will be added.
- 1999: Rochester, NY
- 2000: Norfolk, VA *with NAD
- 2002: Washington, DC *with NAD
- 2003: Indianapolis, IN
- 2004: Washington, DC *with NAD
- 2005: Las Vegas, NV
- 2007: Tampa, FL
- 2009: Phoenix, AZ
- 2011: Seattle, WA
- 2013: Charlotte, NC
- 2015: Minneapolis, MN
- 2017: Salt Lake City, UT
- 2019: San Diego, CA
- 2021: Columbus, OH (June 30 – July 3, 2021)
- 2023: Orlando, FL
ASLTA collaborates with a local state ASLTA chapter to host the national professional development conference. Chapters bid to host a national conference during the General Business meeting, and members vote to determine the winning bid. Benefits of this partnership include:
- Profit sharing between ASLTA national and the ASLTA chapter (75% / 25%)
- Energizes the local chapter, increasing membership and participation
- Allows the national conference to be held in various parts of the country
- Brings 500+ ASL educators to the site, boosting visibility and recognition of ASL
How Does the Conference Hosting Process Work?
- 4+ years before the conference date, the local ASLTA chapter decides to submit a bid to host the national conference.
- Leaders of the local ASLTA chapter present a formal bid at the ASLTA conference 4 years before the desired conference event.
- If there are several bids, members vote on who should host the national conference.
- The local chapter and ASLTA develop a memo of understanding and a preparation timeline outlining what needs to be done and when to ensure a successful conference.
- The local chapter actively begins planning the conference at least 2 years before the conference event.
- The local chapter confirms conference dates.
- The local chapter finalizes the conference location, hotel discounts, etc.
- One year before the conference, registration begins.
- Finally, the conference opens!