Early bird discount on tuition to the Genealogical Research Institute of Pittsburgh (GRIP) ends in about one week on April 30. Only 2 courses out of 22 have wait lists. All other courses are open for registration for classes held June 25-29 and July 23-27 in Pittsburgh and July 30-Aug 3 in Amherst, NY (Buffalo). See www.GRIPitt.org/courses for full descriptions of all 18 sessions in each of the 22 courses.
On-campus housing is available at this time for all three weeks. Any questions? Email GRIP or visit the GRIP booth at the NGS conference in Grand Rapids, Michigan May 2-5.
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It’s important to register soon for this course, so that you will receive the mid-May special instructions for assistance in solving one of your “brick walls” during the course.
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