Faces of NextGen LIVE! Meet Sam Williams

The NextGen Genealogy Network’s Faces of NextGen LIVE! is a popular feature hosted by Education Coordinator Eric Wells. In this recorded interview, get to know Sam Williams!

Want to say hello to your fellow young genealogists during a fun and informal interview with Eric? Let us know at info@tnggn.org.

Don’t forget to bookmark our YouTube Channel to keep up with the latest on Faces of NextGen LIVE!

 

New Position: Volunteer Coordinator

 

The NextGen Genealogy Network has an opening for a Volunteer Coordinator on our Leadership Team.  Applicants must be organized, motivated and enthusiastic about the NextGen mission.

Duties will include

*Maintaining a calendar of all local/state/U.S & Canadian genealogy events.
*Managing a database of volunteers in these areas.
*Coordinating volunteers to manage booths & meetups at these events.
*Distributing marketing materials and NextGen swag to the volunteers.

*Attendance at a monthly Google Hangouts Leadership meeting is mandatory*

This is a great opportunity so don’t miss out!

If you are interested in joining us, please contact us at info@tnggn.org

New Position: Graphic Design Assistant

 

The NextGen Genealogy Network has a new position open on our Leadership Team.
We are looking for a volunteer Graphic Design Assistant who is experienced with Adobe.   Applicants must be motivated and enthusiastic about the NextGen mission.  Position duties will include designing promotional material and creating original graphics.  Attendance at a monthly Google Hangouts Leadership meeting is mandatory.

Any experience with Canva, WordPress and Zazzle is a bonus.

This is a great opportunity so don’t miss out!

If you are interested in joining us, please contact us at info@tnggn.org

OGS Webinar: Camera scanning your photographic archive

 

On the first Thursday of every month, the Ontario Genealogical Society hosts an education webinar.  This month, Peter Krogh will be presenting a webinar entitled ‘Camera scanning your photographic archive’.   The presentation will begin at 7pm EST on June 7 and registration is required.

Webinar Summary: “The need to digitize photo collections is shared by families and companies alike. This is essential to both preserving history, and sharing it with others. Peter will share his reasons why using your own digital camera is the fastest, easiest and most economical way to achieve a digital archive. Professional photography skills are a plus, but by following the recipe approach, Peter makes such experience not necessary by any means”.

Don’t miss out on this great opportunity:   REGISTER HERE for Thursday’s webinar