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Virtual Spring Research Stay-At-Home

June 10 @ 9:30 AM - June 12 @ 5:00 PM EDT

Cost: $375

Do you find you have more time than ever to work on family history but don’t know where to start? Are you tackling a brick wall and need more guidance as you research from home? The Spring Research Stay-At-Home, a virtual program from the experts at American Ancestors and NEHGS, is a three-day online experience filled with consultations, lectures, and more! Learn about essential resources and research strategies that can be accessed and applied digitally, attend lectures from our staff on popular genealogical topics, chat with our experts and other participants daily, and receive one-on-one consultation time focused on your research questions. From the most advanced researcher to someone just beginning their journey into family history research, the Spring Research Stay-At-Home will give you the necessary skills and knowledge to continue your family history research online from home.

    Program includes:

  • Seven lectures and access to recordings
  • Lecture handouts and materials
  • Two, one-on-one 30-minute consultations (scheduled by our staff ahead of time)
  • Activity and Demo sessions with our experts and other participants

NOTE: Live sessions will be broadcast through Zoom Video Conferencing. Information about accessing both live and recorded content will be sent to participants ahead of time. Access to a personal device, and internet connection is required to take full advantage of this program.

Details

Start:
June 10 @ 9:30 AM
End:
June 12 @ 5:00 PM
Cost:
$375
Website:
https://my.americanancestors.org/1537/1630

Organizer

American Ancestors / NEHGS
Phone:
617-226-1226
Email:
education@nehgs.org
Website:
https://www.americanancestors.org/education/events-and-programs

Venue

online
No Address
Boston, 02116
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Phone:
617-226-1226
Website:
AmericanAncestors.org

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