I am excited to share the press release from the Virtual Institute of Genealogical Research. In honor of Memorial Day they are having a drawing for a free course, and everyone that registers this weekend will be entered in the drawing. There are some excellent courses that have just opened up for registration (Disclosure: I will be teaching one of the courses).
Virtual Institute of Genealogical Research Announces Upcoming Courses and Offers Memorial Day Drawing for Free Course
Registration is currently open for six upcoming courses offered by the Virtual Institute of Genealogical Research.
“We are very excited about these new courses, covering genetic genealogy; English, German and Native American research; and U.S. federal land and Revolutionary War records,” said co-administrator Michael Hait, CG. “The response to our courses has been outstanding! The Virtual Institute is an excellent option for in-depth genealogical education, especially for those with limited travel options.”
In celebration of Memorial Day, the Virtual Institute is also offering a drawing for everyone who registers for a course between Friday, 22 May 2015 and Monday, 25 May 2015 at midnight (U.S. Eastern). Each registrant will be entered into the drawing to win a free additional course ($69.99 value). Those registering for multiple courses will receive multiple entries. Three winners will be drawn. The prizes can be applied to any standard course prior to 31 December 2016, not including the original course registration.
Registration for the following courses is currently open:
● Paul Milner, “An In-Depth Look at the Big Four Records of English Research,” 30 May–6 June 2015
● F. Warren Bittner, CG, “Reading German III: Practice Reading German Church Records”, 8 June, 15 June, 22 June, 29 June 2015
● Bille Stone Fogarty, MEd, and Rick Fogarty, “Verifying the Family Legend of Native American Ancestry,” 20 June–27 June 2015
● Craig R. Scott, CG, “A Day in the Revolution: Researching Your Soldier,” 1 August–8 August 2015
● Angela Packer McGhie, “Digging in Federal Land Records,” 19 September–26 September 2015
● Blaine Bettinger, PhD, JD, “Genetic Genealogy for the Professional Genealogist,” 7 November–14 November 2015
About the Virtual Institute of Genealogical Research
The Virtual Institute of Genealogical Research offers year-round online education on a wide variety of genealogical subjects. Each course consists of six hours of live instruction, extensive syllabus material, and practical exercises. Limited class sizes and a Plus course option allow for a higher level of class participation and instructor feedback than typically offered by genealogy webinars. For more information visit www.vigrgenealogy.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.