New York Fed Economic Education creates accessible and engaging resources and programs to enhance economic literacy, highlight economic and racial inequities, and promote awareness of the Federal Reserve System to shape a better economy for all segments of society.
We deliver professional development programs for educators. Topics include timely economic research and economic literacy for high school and college students.
The College Fed Challenge is a competition designed to bring real-world economics into the classroom. Teams play the role of monetary policymakers by analyzing economic conditions and recommending a course for monetary policy. Learn more.
High school student teams are writing podcast scripts on any topic that relates to the economics of globalization theme. Student teams will submit their work by March 15 to receive recognition in the New York Fed's Journal of Future Economists.
The New York Fed partners with the PhD Excellence Initiative to host its annual Summer Research workshop and support its mission to drive diversity in the field of economics.
The Sadie Collective addresses the pipeline and pathway problem for Black women in economics, finance, data science, and policy.
Wall Street Bound programs teach the technical skills of finance and the soft skills of corporate culture to empower under-represented young adults and build the finance talent of tomorrow.