ExpressJet/ASA is located in the ATL area, however they have been downsizing for quite some time, I have heard...but when they hire, they often hire people without experience. I have never worked corporate dispatch, but my understanding is that it's more of a crew scheduling type of job, depending upon the company - not something where you're doing a lot of flight planning or exercising operational control. If your "dream job" is to work for Delta as a dispatcher, they seem to be doing mostly internal hiring in recent years, so your best bet for that would probably be to try and get an entry-level job with Delta and work your way up. They also seem to like to hire graduates of their internal dispatch school, so if you don't have your license yet, you could wait and try and go to school there after you're a DL employee. Again, this is all presuming that DL is your ultimate goal. If your ultimate goal is just a generic major or large cargo carrier, then I'd advise getting your license and working at a regional or supplemental to get practical dispatching experience. Finally, remember that while this is a good job and career, getting to choose where you live is not one of its perks, generally speaking - you usually have to move to where the job is, and not just look locally for jobs. Some people do get lucky though. Good luck with your dispatch career!