Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Early Bird Registration for GRIP Ends Tomorrow

Have you been thinking of attending the Genealogical Research Institute of Pittsburgh (GRIP) in Pittsburgh or on the road in Orchard Lake, Michigan? There is still space in several of the courses and the early bird pricing ends tomorrow. Elissa Scalise Powell, one of the GRIP co-directors, shared the following message today:

Up to this point registrants for both GRIP in Pittsburgh and GRIP on the Road in Orchard Lake, Michigan, have been able to take advantage of the early bird tuition which ends on Thursday, May 15 at midnight Pacific time. Anyone who has been thinking about registering would save money by doing so sooner than later at www.GRIPitt.org
Each of the unique courses has something to offer various interests. “Summer camp for genealogists” has never been more fun! Check out the links for the courses to learn exactly what will be presented each of the eighteen sessions during the week for each course. Pick a course and enjoy the progressive, hands-on learning offered in a classroom setting.
Seats are still available in Pittsburgh in:
§  Intermediate Genealogy: Tools for Digging Deeper” with Paula Stuart-Warren, CG
§  Finding and Documenting African-American Families” with Deborah Abbott, Ph.D. and J. Mark Lowe, CG

In Orchard Lake, Michigan, (suburb of Detroit on a beautiful lake) there are seats in:
§  Determining Kinship Reliably with the Genealogical Proof Standard” with Thomas W. Jones, Ph.D., CG, CGL
§  Intermediate Genealogy: Tools for Digging Deeper” with Paula Stuart-Warren, CG

Come and join genealogists from all over in the common goal of learning how to do your genealogical research better and more efficiently. In Michigan you can join students from 20 different states and in Pittsburgh there are students from 40 different states and 3 countries. This interesting mix is bound to make classroom discussions and hallway conversations interesting. You just never know when you will bump into a cousin!

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