NAGC Annual Convention & Exhibition


Each November NAGC hosts the largest convention devoted to gifted and talented learners.

Classroom teachers, gifted/talented coordinators, school administrators, researchers, parents, college and university faculty, and more, will converge in Phoenix, Arizona,
November 12-15, for the 62nd Annual NAGC Convention. Throughout the pre-convention events, concurrent sessions, poster sessions, exhibit hall, general sessions,
Parent Day (Saturday), and networking events (both formal and informal!), you will explore everything gifted under the sun!


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View the preliminary program that will be mailed to NAGC members and past Convention attendees.

Want to know more about NAGC Convention? View the 2015 NAGC Convention website. Later this spring you can browse session descriptions, plan your itinerary, view exhibitors, and more!

Do you wish to register online? Register now.

Do you need to register by mail, or require a PDF document? Choose one of these:

Got a group? Here is a PDF form you will need for EACH registrant. A group is 10+ and receives 10% discount, that's like getting one registration free for every nine!

Make your hotel reservations online. Hotel rooms within the NAGC room block start at $159/night. Book your hotel room early to be sure you get the hotel you want at the price and location that best meets your needs.

View photos from the 2014 Convention

Consider exhibiting in 2015.


Future NAGC Convention Dates

  • November 12-15, 2015, Phoenix, AZ
  • November 3-6, 2016, Orlando, FL (proposal submission site opens in December 2015)
  • November 9-12, 2017, Charlotte, NC

Find a Speaker

Looking for a speaker for a state or regional conference? It’s time for you to add an expert perspective to your event!

Honor a Teacher or Mentor

"My son had an AMAZING year

. . . I have no doubt that his successes came from the joint efforts of his gifted specialist and his Math/Science teacher who provided him endless support, love and encouragement.”—Erin Gribben, parent

Donate in honor of a teacher who made a difference for your child.