Intro to Genealogy Group Starts in March at NECC
Northern Essex Community College’s Life Long Learning Program will offer a noncredit Introduction to Genealogy Study Group Wednesdays from 10 a.m. to noon, running March 8 through the 29 in the Student Center Rm 213 on the Haverhill campus.
This is open to the public. The tuition is $30 per person. This study group is designed for those new to researching their family’s genealogy and lineage. There will be a focus on learning the tools and resources available to begin a search and valuable tips to help in the process.
Registration is required. To register, call 978-556-3700. For more information, contact Christine DeRosa at firstname.lastname@example.org or 978-659-1225.
The group will be led by Marcelle Greenbaum, of Haverhill, NECC’s resident expert on genealogy, having facilitated its Life Long Learning First Tuesday Genealogy discussion group for many years and taught a beginners’ group previously. Greenbaum holds a master’s degree from Tufts University, has accrued decades of research experience, and translates Latin church documents.
Life Long Learning provides opportunities to experience cultural, intellectual and educational growth in a relaxed, friendly environment. It’s a place to meet new people, hear stimulating lectures, or take in-depth courses of study. All Life Long Learning curricular is geared to our special audience of 50+ who realize that learning is important at any age.
This study group is designed for those new to researching their family’s genealogy and lineage. We will focus on learning the tools and resources available to begin a search and valuable tips to help in the process. You will gain skills that will put you well on your way to beginning to map out your genealogical history.