Remember my interview with The Family Curator Denise Levenick, where we mentioned that part of the proceeds of her new book will go to support a "Student Genealogy Grant"? Well, now comes news about the opportunity to submit applications for consideration. Any genealogist between 18 and 25 who has attended school in the last 12 months is eligible. For more info see the official press release here:
For IMMEDIATE RELEASEFROM: Suzanne Winsor Freeman Grant Committee,
Denise May Levenick, Chairswfgrant@gmail.comwww.theFamilyCurator.com For IMMEDIATE RELEASE Student Genealogy Grant Announced February 5, 2013 – Do you know a young genealogist who could use $500 toward their family history education and free registration to the Southern California Genealogy Jamboree in June 2013?
The Suzanne Winsor Freeman Memorial Grant Committee is pleased to announce that applications are now being accepted for the 2013 Student Genealogy Grant. In addition, SCGS Jamboree will once again provide the recipient with free three-day registration.
Any genealogist who is between the ages of 18 and 25 and has attended school in the last 12 months is eligible to apply. The recipient must attend the 2013 SCGS Jamboree in Burbank, California to receive the award.
The $500 cash award was established in 2010 in memory of Suzanne Winsor Freeman, family historian and life-long volunteer, and an enthusiastic annual attendee at the SCGS Jamboree.
“The Freeman Student Genealogy Grant pays tribute to these interests by awarding the annual cash grant to a young genealogist attending the SCGS Jamboree, Southern California’s premiere regional genealogy conference,” notes Denise Levenick, committee chair and Freeman’s daughter.
“We are especially grateful to Jamboree for providing a three-day conference registration to the grant recipient,” she adds. “SCGS is truly a leader in conference organizations by encouraging youth involvement in genealogy through the popular Kids Camp program and now through the student grant project.”
Past recipients of the award include Elyse Doerflinger (Lomita, California), A.C. Ivory (Salt Lake City, Utah), and Anthony Ray (Palmdale, California).
Funding for the cash award is provided by the family grant program; Jamboree registration is provided by the conference.
Complete details and application materials are available at The Family Curator, Suzanne Freeman Student Genealogy Grant . Follow Grant News at www.thefamilycurator.com.
Application deadline is 18 March 2013 midnight PST.
For More Information Contact: Denise Levenick, firstname.lastname@example.org.Suzanne Winsor Freeman Obituary: TheFamilyCurator.com
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