29 December 2014

NGS at home study courses get 5 out of 5 stars!

Selma Blackmon, who writes for the Examiner (metro Atlanta area), recently wrote an article, Genealogy: Review of the NGS educational opportunities and gave NGS at home studies education opportunities a rating of 5 (out of 5 stars)!

She gives a first-hand overview of several of the NGS at home study courses.  Some are free to members and others are available for a reduced fee to members.  For the best pricing, she suggests that you join NGS.

Selma also mentions that she also learned that the NGS staff is happy to assist with any questions or concerns course participants may have.

She ends by saying ...

This author is looking forward to taking more NGS classes at home.

Do read her article for additional details.  It includes links to every NGS course she discussed.

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