Many people with decades of experience in genealogy waiver about applying for certification. The application process is daunting as we consider how many skills are required. Often we need to buff up a few skills, such as writing narratives or source citations.
Sitting on the fence about applying? There are as many reasons for applying as there are competent genealogists. We recently uploaded three more audio files on this topic. Go to http://www.bcgcertification.org/certification/why.html to listen to Jay Fonkert, CGSM, Beverly Rice, CGSM, and Harold Henderson, CGSM.
BU instructor and the teaching assistants at NERGC 2013
At conferences, BCG distributes white “On the Clock” ribbons to those who have filed their preliminary applications. Elissa Scalise Powell, CGSM, CGLSM, attended a reception last night at the New England Regional Genealogical Conference (NERGC) for alumni of Boston University’s Genealogical Research Programs. An Instructor for this program, the BCG president posed for photos with three preliminary applicants. Robert Stanhope, Michael Leclerc, and Julie Michutka are the Teaching Assistants for the certificate program.