Tag: NextGen Genealogy Network

July Blog Submissions

 

Here at the NextGen Genealogy Network, we love to hear about your ancestors and the discoveries you have made.  We are launching a themed monthly guest blog series that will give you a platform to tell our thousands of followers about your ancestors and their interesting lives.

This month’s theme is “Land of the free, because of the brave – our Revolutionary War ancestors”.  

Blog Submission Guidelines

If you are interested in writing a blog post for NextGen, please review the following submission guidelines prior to submission.

  • Please ensure all necessary citations are included.
  • Include a photo and short bio on yourself in the email.
  • By submitting your work, you are giving NextGen permission for use on our website and social media.

Please send your submissions by July 25th to info@tnggn.org

 

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Ontario Genealogical Society / NextGen Support Partnership

 

The NextGen Genealogy Network (NGGN) and the Ontario Genealogical Society (OGS) are pleased to announce a new partnership. OGS is providing NGGN with financial support, together with promotional support in the OGS weekly online newsletter, eWeekly, together with an information page on the OGS website.

NGGN, a United States based 501(c)(3) Charitable Organization was founded in 2013 to create a community for young genealogists.  Building connections and fostering engagement among young genealogists eighteen to fifty, NGGN strives to build connections between generations, and welcomes the friendship, mentorship, and support of our fellow genealogists of all ages.

OGS, an Ontario registered non-profit corporation and a registered Canadian charity. Is Canada’s largest member supported genealogical organization. Founded in 1961, OGS is dedicated to cooperating with, offering support to and sharing experience and technical support to other genealogical organizations.

Eric Wells, NextGen Educational Coordinator, commented that NextGen welcomes the friendship and support offered by OGS and looks forward to the possibilities of future collaboration with OGS to support and assist NextGen members.

OGS President Patti Mordasewicz said: “We are excited to announce this support partnership with NextGen and the next generations of genealogists. NextGen represents a new form of  genealogical organization, dedicated to supporting the growth and expansion of genealogy. OGS is proud to support NextGen and its members.”

To learn more about NextGen, visit http://www.tnggn.org. To learn more about OGS visit https://ogs.on.ca.  

Social Media Coordinator:

Melanie McComb

info@tnggn.org

OGS Media Contact:

Heather McTavish Taylor,  Heather.McTavish.Taylor@ogs.on.ca

 

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Faces of NextGen LIVE! Meet George Morgan

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 George G. Morgan, President of Aha! Seminars Inc. and internationally renowned genealogy expert.

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!

 

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Faces of NextGen LIVE! Meet Emily Schroeder

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 Emily Schroeder, the author of the Growing Little Leaves blog.

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!

 

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