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2022 Virtual Conference FAQ

I’m not a professional genealogist, is the NCGS Virtual Conference a good fit for me?

The NCGS Virtual Conference is a great fit for genealogists looking to hone their North Carolina research skills! Whether you are a self-taught researcher working towards adding branches to your family tree or a credentialed genealogist with a waitlist of clients, there is room for you. We guarantee you will leave with more knowledge and skills that will contribute to your future North Carolina research success.   


When is the NCGS Virtual Conference?

The Virtual Conference is March 25-26, 2022. It will be held virtually, so you may attend anywhere you have an internet connection. Viewing instructions will be sent following registration.


How much does the conference cost?

The conference costs $69 for members and $79 for non-members. For more information about the cost of the conference and our refund policy please see 2022 NCGS Virtual Conference.


Who is speaking?

Get excited for a weekend of learning from the experts! We’ll hear from an incredible lineup of speakers ranging from J. Mark Lowe, FUGA, a renowned mid-south expert to Nicka Sewell-Smith, an experienced African-American researcher & documentarian, and Barbara Vines Little, CG, a respected professional with extensive research and lecturing experience.

Read more about all of our expert speakers.


How should I prepare for the conference?

  • Check your internet connection to ensure you can connect and watch.
  • Get comfortable.
  • Bring notetaking tools of your choice from a notepad and pen to a tablet or computer.

We hope to see you next week!