"Like Fiona I am currently taking Social Media Tools for the Wise Genealogists. I am a high school science teacher. I have been attending classes at the NIGS for several years and have a few classes left before I receive my American Studies…"
"Hi Beverly, I know what you mean. I have one to finish for American Records and I'm about a third way through Professional.
I plan on taking ProGen at some point as precursor to trying for a CG but maybe enough is enough!
My personal work right…"
"Hi, I'm Beverly Duncan and I started my studies with the National Institute in 2012 and finished both my American Certificate and my English Certificate in 2015. Since then I have taken various other classes just to update or to study some of…"
"I have started working on Irish records in hopes to find out more about Ireland and my Bell, Fleming, McCaully, Pringle and Whiteside families who emigrated to Canada. My lines were from Dublin, County KIngs, County Queens, and Northern Ireland…"
"You are invited to attend the monthly Canadian Records Virtual Meetings.You do not need to be a student to attend.
Check the schedule on the National Institute for Genealogical Studies website under "Information" > Virtual Learning…"
"Yes, I'd been looking at the background of some BCGs and saw ProGen. That's included on my pre-business plan as continued training. Have you settled on a a niche? I've some ideas but haven't picked a starter."
"I have one more compulsory to complete my Am Rec cert. Have half the Professional courses finished. Hope to start a business but I'm thinking it might be better to hold off to take a year to solidify my skills. There’s so much involved in…"
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