Registration for the June 26, 2016, courses begins four weeks from today on February 10 at noon Eastern. All six courses will be available at that time through the Countdown Timer page which will automatically go to the registration system at the appointed hour–no need to hit refresh! This is for the June courses only as the July 17 courses will have registration open three weeks later on March 2.
Between now and February 10 you can think about which courses you are interested in taking and ask your friends which they might be interested in. “Summer camp for genealogists” is always more fun with friends whether you come with people you know or meet new friends during the week!
The eighteen sessions for each of the six June courses can be found under the links to each course on the Courses tab. We have several never-before-offered courses in June:
- Mastering the Art of Genealogical Documentation with Thomas W. Jones, Ph.D., CG, CGL, FASG
- Learn from the master himself!
- Family Archiving: Heirlooms in the Digital Age with Denise May Levenick
- Hands-on workshop on how to preserve and share those precious heirlooms!
- Women and Children First!: Research Methods with Judy G. Russell, J.D., CG, CGL
- How to look for the hidden half of the family in various records!
- German Research Resources with Warren Bittner, CG, and Baerbel Johnson, AG
- Once you find the place in Germany, learn what resources are available to you!
Offered for the first time at GRIP is:
- Fundamentals of Forensic Genealogy in the 21st Century with Cathi Desmarais, CG, Kelvin Meyers and Michael Ramage, J.D., CG
- How does one find modern families? The answer comes from these experts!
And our popular Pennsylvania: Research in the Keystone State with Sharon MacInnes, Ph.D., and Michael Lacopo, D.V.M. When your genealogical path brings you to Pennsylvania you will want to know more about the history and records in GRIP’s home state.
For your best registration experience, please read the Registration Page in full before February 10.
See you this summer in Pittsburgh!