19 February 2016

Jamboree 2016: Researching German and Eastern European Roots

This year we are excited to offer a full track of 14 sessions tailored for German and Eastern European Research at the Genealogy Jamboree and the Genetic Genealogy Conferences.

Speakers such as Lisa A. Alzo, M.F.A., James M. Baker, PhD, CG, James M. Beidler, Max Blankfeld, Schelly Talalay Dardashti, Ted Gostin, Fritz Juengling, Ph.D., AG , Dr. Michael Lacopo, Rev. David McDonald, DMin, CG, and Jane Neff Rollins will be presenting a wide array of specialized topics designed to assist researchers to overcome brick walls, trace elusive ancestors, and much more.

In addition to the sessions, genealogical societies, exhibitors, and commercial data vendors with a variety of expertise, products and services will be on hand in the exhibit hall. The exhibit hall is free throughout the weekend.

Jamboree offers over 140 other sessions with more than 70 outstanding international, national, and local speakers.  JamboFREE Friday morning offers classes including Librarian's Boot Camp, Why and How to Become a Professional Genealogist, Use Social Media to Benefit Your Society and Your Research, Begining Genealogy, as well as Genealogy and DNA roundtables.

One-on-One research assistance provided by members of the Southern California Chapter, Association of Professional Genealogists, is available throughout the weekend.

There's something for everyone, whether you are new to genealogy, or have been researching family history for years.

Register today!

For details, visit www.genealogyjamboree.com
For speaker information and session times download the flyer
Discounts are available for SCGS members and those attending both conferences
Early bird discount until April 23, 2016

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