Are you looking for summertime opportunities to advance your genealogical education? I am honored to once again join the faculty for the July 19-24 Session of the Genealogical Institute of Pittsburgh (GRIP) where I’ll be teaching “Family Archiving: Heirlooms in the Digital Age” with instructors Shelley Ballenger Bishop, Pam Stone Eagleson CG, and Sierra Green.
Registration opens Wednesday, 5 February for the 20 different courses offered this summer in three separate sessions of the Genealogical Institute of Pittsburgh (GRIP) at La Roche College campus in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Sessions will be offered June 21 to 26, July 6 to 10, and July 19 to 24. Each week has a unique set of courses.
Since 2012, GRIP has brought together students and instructors for five days of intensive genealogical study on methodology, resources, skills, and problem-solving.
“Family Archiving,” offered only July 19-24, will feature guidance for individual family historians and professionals seeking to understand, preserve, and share legacy family collections. The lecture / workshop format gives students a hands-on opportunity to practice preservation, digitizing, and archival skills throughout the week using original artifacts and material culture.
Learn more about “Family Archiving: Heirlooms in the Digital Age”
GRIP is one of the premiere genealogy institutes in the United States offering intensive instruction in a variety of subjects for genealogists of all skill levels. Affordable tuition and on-campus room-and-board plans make GRIP a popular choice for summer education.
Denise May Levenick says
Me too! The course is a popular one! Maybe next year.