Sunday, October 25, 2020, 10 AM to 12 PM Mountain Daylight Time on Zoom
Sunday, November 1, 2020, 10 AM to 12 PM Mountain Standard Time on Zoom
Members are free but must register at
https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUqcOiuqjMuH9OdT1-vxo630fmI1i5dc9BG Within a few days, your registration will be processed and you will receive the Zoom Link, which is vail for both sessions
Non-members: $10 gives you access to both secessions. To register, please go to JGSCO.org > PROGRAMS & EVENTS > Meeting Registration > Avraham Groll > Add to Cart. After adding to your cart, be sure to check out and go through the payment steps. JGSCO staff will care for registering you on Zoom after payment is received and you will receive the Zoom access URL, which is valid for both sessions.
ALL REGISTRATIONS MUST BE IN BY FRIDAY MIDNIGHT OCTOBER 23. 2020
PROGRAM (Two Sundays):
Sunday, October 25, 2020
There are exciting changes and movements happening at JewishGen.org! Abraham will be unveiling brand new features, and sharing some of the incredibly valuable content, information, and collections that have recently been added to the website.
This seminar will include an overview of how to navigate core JewishGen Databases & Features, along with step by step information and helpful research hints designed to maximize the benefit of JewishGen.
Sunday, November 1, 2020
Jewish Life in Poland Part one, 10th to 15th Century and part two, 16th to 18th Century and
Jewish Migration Patterns, How did Jews Get to Europe, Spain, and Germany?
PLEASE NOTE THE COLORADO TIME CHANGE FOR DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME
Avraham Groll is the Executive Director of JewishGen.org. He is passionate about connecting people with their Jewish roots and helping them experience what it means to be part of the Jewish people.
He holds an MBA from Montclair State University, an MA in Judaic Studies from Touro College, a BS in Business Administration from Ramapo College, and a certificate in Executive Leadership from Columbia University.
Avraham spent two years studying at Yeshiva Ohr Yerushalayim in Israel and is a frequent lecturer on a variety of Jewish genealogical and historical topics.