The National Institute for Genealogical Studies is looking for a course author to write a 6-8 week curriculum on Scottish Poor Relief. This intermediate level course should include, but not be limited to, the following topics:
- Pre 1845 poor relief via churches
- 1845 and after relief provided by the parochial boards and the Central Board for Supervision
- Friendly societies
- Fraternal organizations
This course will be for family historians searching for their Scottish ancestors. The course content will include 2 assignments per week and a final exam consisting of 25-30 questions. The course should be completed and turned in no later than 6 months from date of contract.
The course author must have a comprehensive knowledge of the topic. All source citations for text and images must conform to the standards found in Evidence Explained. Course is to be submitted in Microsoft Word and be proofread. Formatting of the course will be done by The National Institute for Genealogical Studies.
To submit an outline for consideration or to inquire about this opportunity, please email email@example.com. The successful applicant will receive a retainer to write the course upon acceptance of course outline and then final payment within 30 days of completion and approval of the course. We are also interested in proposals for other Scottish genealogy courses to include Church Records, Court Records, Occupations, Immigration, and Tax Records.
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