The following announcement was written by the Association of Professional Genealogists:
Last call for early registration savings at the APG Professional Management Conference
Learn The Art of Source Citation in a two-hour hands-on workshop by Elizabeth Shown Mills, the woman who wrote the definitive citation manual, Evidence Explained. It is just one of seven special sessions that make up this year's APG Professional Management Conference (PMC) on Wednesday, September 3, during the Federation of Genealogical Societies Conference in Philadelphia.
For over ten years, the PMC has been presented by the Association of Professional Genealogists in conjunction with the FGS conference. After attending their first PMC, many genealogists wish they'd participated sooner. This year's PMC is your chance to explore genealogy from a professional standpoint. Whether it is your business, your avocation, or simply that the topics appeal to you as a genealogist, there's plenty to learn from Mills and other notable genealogists like Paula Stuart-Warren, Maureen Taylor, Patricia Walls Stamm, Kory L. Meyerink, Beverly Rice, and Cat Neilsen.
Visit APG's PMC webpage at http://apgen.org/conferences/index.html for more information about each speaker and a complete list of topics, including Attic Treasures: Clients and Their Collections, What's in a Name?, and Identify, Adapt and Move Ahead. Then go to the FGS registration webpage at http://www.fgsconference.org/registration to register online today.
The morning session with Elizabeth Shown Mills, the networking luncheon, and your choice of three of the six afternoon lectures is only $150. If you are a member of APG, you can save $30 and register for only $120 before July 1. You do not need to be a member of APG to attend the PMC, but anyone joining APG before July 1 will be entitled to the reduced rate.