The TESOL 2019 International Convention & English Language Expo will be held at the Georgia World Congress Center.
(Photo: Sean Pinto, Flickr)
The TESOL 2019 headquarters hotel is the Omni Hotel at CNN Center. For 2019 hotel information, please visit the Hotel Rates & Reservations page.
Travel Grants & Scholarships
Do you need funding to help you pay for convention registration and/or travel expenses? TESOL members are eligible to apply for a TESOL Travel Grant or Scholarship.
Applications are due 1 November 2018.
Thank you to the Atlanta CVB for their support of the TESOL travel grant program.
Atlanta was founded in 1837, at the intersection of two railroad lines, and it was almost burned to the ground during the American Civil War. During its second incarnation as the unofficial capital of the New South (and the official capital of Georgia), Atlanta became the organizing hub for the civil rights movement.
It's progressive outlook has earned it the reputation as "the city too busy to hate." It has long been known as a center of African American political power, culture, and education.
Today, Atlanta has much to offer visitors from all over the world: The World of Coca-Cola, the Georgia Aquarium, the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site, a world-class zoo (Panda twins!), and much more. For more information, please visit the Atlanta Convention and Visitors website.