The 48th Annual Conference on Family History and Genealogy, scheduled for July 26-29 at the BYU Conference Center, has opened up registration. Make plans now to attend!
With over 100 classes offered throughout the four days, including an ICAPGen℠ track designed to educate researchers interested in credentialing, this conference is an outstanding opportunity for genealogy education. Researchers at all levels of experience will find what they need, including classes on U.S. and international topics, DNA, technology, and methodology.
The conference runs concurrently with the BYU “My Family History Youth Camp” and will also have some classes geared toward youth in genealogy, along with LDS family history consultants.
Once again, the final day of the conference (Friday the 29th) will feature an ICAPGen luncheon from noon to 1:30. This year a panel of Accredited Genealogist® professionals will answer questions from the luncheon attendees, so be sure to add the “ICAPGen luncheon” to your registration cart when you check out..