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An essential part of the St. Louis Genealogical Society's Mission is to provide educational services.
The Society offers a wide variety of genealogical and Internet classes at the office, taught by experienced genealogical instructors. All classes are open to the public. A beginning genealogy class covers traditional genealogical basics and is free to members. Click here for a current schedule.
St. Louis Community College offers additional classes under their Continuing Education Program. These are often taught by Society members.
Would your organization like to hear a lecture on how to start researching your family history? Through its Speakers’ Bureau, the St. Louis Genealogical Society provides speakers to meet with area organizations and deliver a one-hour presentation on getting started. To request one of our members to meet with our group, please call the Society office at 314-647-8547.
St. Louis Research Institute
The St. Louis Institute is an intense, high energy look at resources in the St. Louis area. In conjunction with our training partners, St. Louis County Library, St. Louis Public Library, Missouri Historical Society, and Mercantile Library, classes and research time are provided. Click here for more information.
More Educational Opportunities
In addition to traditional classes, StLGS sponsors a variety of other learning experiences:
For additional information contact the office at 314-647-8547.
St. Louis Genealogical Society · #4 Sunnen Drive, Suite 140 · St. Louis, MO 63143 · 314-647-8547