2022 Hybrid ASTA National Conference

Funding Ideas to Attend the Conference


  • Professional development or PTSA grants can help with registration and travel expenses.

  • Your school booster organization may provide support for continuing education.

  • ASTA state or student chapters may offer scholarships or grants.

  • ESSER funds for ongoing professional development could help pay for you to attend the ASTA National Conference.

  • Book travel arrangements early to secure the best rates.

George Bornoff Memorial Scholarships


Three scholarships will be awarded in the amount of $1,000 to attend the 2022 ASTA National Conference in-person in Atlanta, Georgia

Applicants must be a string teacher in the first five years of teaching and have a current ASTA membership. Special consideration is given to applicants who teach traditionally underserved populations.

Applications for the 2022 ASTA National Conference are now CLOSED
Notifications will be sent in February 2022

Professional and College Credits


Attend the ASTA National Conference and earn credit hours to use toward certificate/license renewal and to apply toward college programs. Credits are available for both the in-person and the virtual conference.

Shenandoah University offers undergraduate and graduate credit in conjunction with the ASTA National Conference. Up to three credits—offered concurrently in three one-credit courses—may be earned at the undergraduate or graduate level. This credit may be used for certificate/license renewal or applied to degree programs. Shenandoah University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.

  -  Information for the 2022 Hybrid ASTA National Conference (PDF file)
  -  Register for course credits online

Note: This program is administered strictly by Shenandoah University and offered to ASTA National Conference attendees as a member service. Exact requirements and fees are determined and executed solely by the university and are paid directly to them.