Always Learning: AncestryProGenealogists Scholarships

Are you a professional genealogist looking to improve your skills, or aspiring to go pro?  AncestryProGenealogists is once again offering four scholarships to select genealogical institutes in the USA.  Applications are due on or before November 30, 2018.

Each four winners will be able to attend one of the following institutes, with tuition, travel, and hotel expenses covered (up to $2000).


You can apply here.

4 thoughts on “Always Learning: AncestryProGenealogists Scholarships”

    1. The 2020 SLIG courses may not be posted before the application deadline. In your application, list the 2019 offering that you’d most like to take. The scholarship committee understands that your selection might change depending on what the final course listings are.

  1. In your post, the July 14-19 session for GRIP gives Amherst, NY as the location. But on the ProGen website, it says Pittsburgh. Do you know which location is correct?

    Important to me because I would not need lodging for Amherst.

    Thank you for posting this!

    1. GRIP offers two sessions, one in Pittsburgh and one in Amherst. Good luck with the scholarship application!

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