Registration for July Courses Opens March 2

Only one more week until GRIP registration opens for the seven July 17-22 courses! These are bound to be among our most popular, so develop your strategy as to which ones are your top picks. From the complete July list be sure to click on the course title link to show you the details of the eighteen sessions in each course so that you can see the exact topics you will be studying. Some courses also have pre-requisites, so make sure you meet those. To register use the REGISTRATION page where there is currently a countdown timer to the opening of registration at noon eastern time when you will be transported magically to the registration system.

The following courses have been very popular and are bound to sell out: Tom Jones’ “Advanced Research Methods” which expands your toolbox of genealogical tricks through lectures, practical exercises, and discussions; “Practical Genetic Genealogy” with Debbie Parker Wayne, CG, CGL, and Blaine Bettinger, Ph.D., J.D. which is one of the pre-reqs for “Advanced Genetic Genealogy” with CeCe Moore. These latter two courses will give you not just theory but practical applications for using DNA evidence to solve genealogical puzzles from adoption to finding mis-attributed parents.

Registration is open for the June 26-July 1 courses. Two courses are currently full and have a waiting list but the other four still have (limited) seats. You can still register for “Family Archiving: Heirlooms in the Digital Age” with Denise Levenick, “German Research Resources” with F. Warren Bittner, CG, and Baerbel Johnson, AG, “Pennsylvania: Research in the Keystone State” with Sharon MacInnes, Ph.D., and Michael Lacopo, D.V.M., or “Fundamentals of Forensic Genealogy in the 21st Century” with Cathi Desmarais, CG, Kelvin Meyers, and Michael Ramage, J.D., CG.

Come join us for one week, the other, or both!

Joshua Taylor teaching in a classroom next to students working.

Joshua Taylor teaching in a classroom next to students working in another room.

GRIP students browsing Maia's Books at La Roche College.

GRIP students browsing Maia’s Books at La Roche College.

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