Economic Education: Calendar

UPCOMING EVENTS

19
OCT
ECONOMIC EDUCATION
Register: Exploring Careers in Economics
Federal Reserve Board and Federal Reserve Education (FRE) welcomes students nationwide to discuss career opportunities and diversity in economics and to learn about career paths within the Federal Reserve System.
20
OCT
ECONOMIC EDUCATION
Register: Racism and the Economy Focus on the Wealth Divide
The Reserve Banks will host a series of virtual events to examine the ways in which structural racism manifests in America and advance actions to dismantle structural racism.
28
OCT
ECONOMIC EDUCATION
Register: Early Career Insights Webinar Series
Learn about New York Fed recruitment events and opportunities for early career candidates at the Early Career Insights webinar, covering general programming, application tips, and a live Q&A with the Talent Acquisition team.
28
OCT
ECONOMIC EDUCATION
Workshop: Think Like an Economist Workshop for Bridge to Enter Advanced Mathematics
The mission of Bridge to Enter Advanced Mathematics (BEAM) is to create pathways for underserved students to become scientists, mathematicians, engineers, and computer scientists.
02
NOV
ECONOMIC EDUCATION
Workshop: NYC Department of Youth and Community Development
The Department of Education New York City Mentoring program gives New York City youth the opportunity for meaningful mentoring relationships with professionals from the fields of finance, media, law, government, the arts, and other organizations.
05
NOV
ECONOMIC EDUCATION
Workshop: NYC Department of Youth and Community Development
The Department of Education New York City Mentoring program gives New York City youth the opportunity for meaningful mentoring relationships with professionals from the fields of finance, media, law, government, the arts, and other organizations.
08
NOV
ECONOMIC EDUCATION
Register: Gender and the Economy Conference
This symposium for researchers, policy analysts, and practitioners will explore how gender and opportunity influence economic and financial outcomes over an individual's lifetime – from formative years and early career into establishing households and through retirement.
10
NOV
ECONOMIC EDUCATION
Call for Educator Presenations: What Does 21st Century Civic Engagement Look Like?
The New York Fed is issuing a call for presentations on civic engagement projects. We invite you to share your experiences at our virtual event on January 31, 2022: What does 21st Century Civic Engagement Look Like?
17
NOV
ECONOMIC EDUCATION
College Fed Challenge Maiden Lane Division: Awards Ceremony
The College Fed Challenge Maiden Lane Awards Ceremony will celebrate schools in the Second District who have competed in this year’s College Fed Challenge - Maiden Lane division.
19
NOV
ECONOMIC EDUCATION
College Fed Challenge: National Awards Ceremony and Winner Announcement
The College Fed Challenge National Awards Ceremony will celebrate the schools from across the United States who have participated in the national competition.
20
NOV
ECONOMIC EDUCATION
National Council for Social Studies Annual Conference: Redlining Session
The NCSS 101st Annual Conference will be held online from Monday-Sunday, November 15-21, 2021. The New York Fed's Economic Education team will present a 45 minute session highlighting activities from its redlining lesson plan "How Does Where You Live Influence How You Live?" Register for the 101st NCSS Annual Conference here.
01
DEC
ECONOMIC EDUCATION
Workshop: NYC Department of Youth and Community Development
The Department of Education New York City Mentoring program gives New York City youth the opportunity for meaningful mentoring relationships with professionals from the fields of finance, media, law, government, the arts, and other organizations.
02
DEC
ECONOMIC EDUCATION
Workshop: NYC Department of Youth and Community Development
The Department of Education New York City Mentoring program gives New York City youth the opportunity for meaningful mentoring relationships with professionals from the fields of finance, media, law, government, the arts, and other organizations.
31
JAN
ECONOMIC EDUCATION
Register: What Does 21st Century Civic Engagement Look Like?
Join the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Global Kids, and Generation Citizen as we discuss what 21st century civic engagement looks like – both in and outside the classroom!
15
FEB
ECONOMIC EDUCATION
Registration Deadline: High School Fed Challenge
Register today to have your students think like an economist and research important policy issues
15
MAR
ECONOMIC EDUCATION
Submission Deadline: High School Fed Challenge
Submit your students' podcast script and have their voices heard on issues affecting the economy today
16
MAY
2021 EVENTS
30
SEP
ECONOMIC EDUCATION
College Fed Challenge: Registration Deadline
The College Fed Challenge is a competition designed to bring real-world economics into the classroom. Challenge your students to take on the role of monetary policymakers.
29
SEP
ECONOMIC EDUCATION
Webinar: Diversity in Economics
21
SEP
ECONOMIC EDUCATION
Register: Early Career Insights Webinar Series
Learn about New York Fed recruitment events and opportunities for early career candidates at the Early Career Insights webinar, covering general programming, application tips, and a live Q&A with the Talent Acquisition team.
10
SEP
ECONOMIC EDUCATION
Now: Exploring Career Pathways in Economics and Related Fields
Hosted by the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago and the Sadie Collective, this event provides Black college and high school students with an opportunity to learn more about career pathways in economics and related fields.
09
SEP
ECONOMIC EDUCATION
Register: Exploring Career Pathways in Economics and Related Fields
Hosted by the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago and the Sadie Collective, this event provides Black college and high school students with an opportunity to learn more about career pathways in economics and related fields.
08
SEP
ECONOMIC EDUCATION
Register: High School Fed Challenge
High School Fed Challenge is a fun, engaging academic program in which students conduct original research on an economics theme.
19
AUG
ECONOMIC EDUCATION
Register: Early Career Insights Webinar Series
Learn about New York Fed recruitment events and opportunities for early career candidates at the Early Career Insights webinar, covering general programming, application tips, and a live Q&A with the Talent Acquisition team.
18
AUG
ECONOMIC EDUCATION
National Hispanic Business Group Workshop
The National Hispanic Business Group is dedicated to expanding, promoting and creating business opportunities for its members by strategically fostering dialogue and economic exchange, while supporting positive social change and community empowerment.
17
AUG
ECONOMIC EDUCATION
Register: Conversation with the Chair - A Virtual Teacher Town Hall Meeting
Join Federal Reserve Board Chair Jerome H. Powell in this town hall for educators and students. During the event, Chair Powell will answer questions from remote participants across the country.
22
JUL
ECONOMIC EDUCATION
Program: World of Money Youth Financial Education Training Institute
World of Money is a New York City based non-profit organization whose mission is to empower youth through the engaged, local delivery of professional quality financial education.
14
JUL
ECONOMIC EDUCATION
All Star Code Workshops
All Star Code creates economic opportunity by developing a new generation of boys and young men of color with an entrepreneurial mindset who have the tools they need to succeed in a technological world.
08
JUL
ECONOMIC EDUCATION
Program: World of Money Youth Financial Education Training Institute
World of Money is a New York City based non-profit organization whose mission is to empower youth through the engaged, local delivery of professional quality financial education.
07
JUL
ECONOMIC EDUCATION
Teacher Professional Development: Creating Inquiry Based Economics Project
Economics is all about big ideas and big questions. But how do students generate those questions? And how can students answer them? During this professional development attendees learned: how to generate compelling economics questions, how to use data in the classroom, and best practices in the inquiry learning process.
17
JUN
ECONOMIC EDUCATION
Program: World of Money Youth Financial Education Training Institute
World of Money is a New York City based non-profit organization whose mission is to empower youth through the engaged, local delivery of professional quality financial education.
17
JUN
ECONOMIC EDUCATION
Register: Early Career Insights Webinar Series
Learn about New York Fed recruitment events and opportunities for early career candidates at the Early Career Insights webinar, covering general programming, application tips, and a live Q&A with the Talent Acquisition team.
04
JUN
ECONOMIC EDUCATION
Program: World of Money Youth Financial Education Training Institute
World of Money is a New York City based non-profit organization whose mission is to empower youth through the engaged, local delivery of professional quality financial education.
25
MAY
ECONOMIC EDUCATION
Early Career Insights Webinar Series
Learn about New York Fed recruitment events and opportunities for early career candidates at the Early Career Insights webinar, covering general programming, application tips, and a live Q&A with the Talent Acquisition team.
11
MAY
ECONOMIC EDUCATION
Teacher Professional Development: Meeting at the Middle School: Diversifying Economics
The Federal Reserve Bank hosted an online professional development for middle school educators. Attendees learned: about various hands-on activities that interest and empower their students, how to foster diversity in the field of economics, and how to help students learn to think like an economist.
28
APR
ECONOMIC EDUCATION
Workshop: Department of Education's NYC Mentoring Program
The Department of Education New York City Mentoring program gives New York City youth the opportunity for meaningful mentoring relationships with professionals from the fields of finance, media, law, government, the arts, and other organizations.
08
APR
ECONOMIC EDUCATION
Program: Army War College
The United States Army War College is a U.S. Army educational institution in Carlisle, Pennsylvania and provides graduate-level instruction to senior military officers and civilians to prepare them for senior leadership assignments and responsibilities.
07
APR
ECONOMIC EDUCATION
Exploring Careers in Economics
Organized to broaden awareness of careers in economics and to further develop a diverse pool of talent interested in the field, Exploring Careers in Economics offers students a chance to learn about and discuss opportunities in economics generally, and learn about career paths within the Federal Reserve System.
30
MAR
ECONOMIC EDUCATION
Program: Bridge to Enter Advanced Mathematics
The mission of Bridge to Enter Advanced Mathematics (BEAM) is to create pathways for underserved students to become scientists, mathematicians, engineers, and computer scientists.
10
MAR
ECONOMIC EDUCATION
Workshop: Department of Education's NYC Mentoring Program
The Department of Education New York City Mentoring program gives New York City youth the opportunity for meaningful mentoring relationships with professionals from the fields of finance, media, law, government, the arts, and other organizations.
01
MAR
ECONOMIC EDUCATION
Racism and the Economy: Focus on Housing
The fourth installment of our virtual event series is focused on structural racism in our housing markets and its impact on economic outcomes for all Americans. Our keynote speakers will outline the historical and contemporary context of how racism, racial exclusion, and predatory inclusion have limited housing opportunities and wealth-building for communities of color.
24
FEB
ECONOMIC EDUCATION
Workshop: Department of Education's NYC Mentoring Program
The Department of Education New York City Mentoring program gives New York City youth the opportunity for meaningful mentoring relationships with professionals from the fields of finance, media, law, government, the arts, and other organizations.
13
JAN
ECONOMIC EDUCATION
Workshop: Legal Outreach
Legal Outreach seeks to level the educational playing field for minority, low income, and first-generation students by implementing programs designed to fill the achievement, outlook, and matching gaps which prevent students from achieving their highest aspirations and reaching their professional goals.
2020 EVENTS
16
DEC
ECONOMIC EDUCATION
Workshop: NYC Department of Youth and Community Development
The Department of Education New York City Mentoring program gives New York City youth the opportunity for meaningful mentoring relationships with professionals from the fields of finance, media, law, government, the arts, and other organizations.
09
DEC
ECONOMIC EDUCATION
Teacher Professional Development: Building a Diverse Economics Pipeline
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York hosted an online professional development program for high school educators. Attendees learned about recent economic research from the New York Fed and why the economics pipeline needs diversity, how to use the C3 inquiry arc in the classroom to teach economics, and about opportunities for students to apply their skills and develop their interest in economics.
03
DEC
ECONOMIC EDUCATION
Workshop: NYC Department of Youth and Community Development
The Department of Education New York City Mentoring program gives New York City youth the opportunity for meaningful mentoring relationships with professionals from the fields of finance, media, law, government, the arts, and other organizations.
17
NOV
ECONOMIC EDUCATION
Exploring Careers in Economics—Fall 2020
Organized to broaden awareness of careers in economics and to further develop a diverse pool of talent interested in the field, Exploring Careers in Economics offers students the chance to learn about and discuss opportunities in economics and learn about career paths within the Federal Reserve System.
06
NOV
ECONOMIC EDUCATION
Workshop: NYC Department of Youth and Community Development
The Department of Education New York City Mentoring program gives New York City youth the opportunity for meaningful mentoring relationships with professionals from the fields of finance, media, law, government, the arts, and other organizations.
23
OCT
ECONOMIC EDUCATION
Demystifying a Career Path in Economics and Advancing Diversity
The webinar provides information about careers in economics and aims to further awareness of the opportunities in the field among a broader talent pool. New York Fed economists and research analysts (RAs) discuss the path to becoming an economist, why they chose careers in economics, their experience in the field, and the importance of expanding diversity in the profession.
07
OCT
ECONOMIC EDUCATION
Comic Books: Spanish Translations Released
Join Flora, Glix, and an intrepid cast of characters (in Spanish!) as they travel the universe, meet new friends, and work together to learn about economic and financial literacy. The New York Fed’s Educational Comic Book Series brings readers on an out-of-this-world journey to teach about basic economic principles and the Federal Reserve’s role in the financial system.
30
SEP
ECONOMIC EDUCATION
Webinar on Comics in the Classroom
Join the creators of the New York Fed’s Educational Comic Books as they discuss the recently relaunched comic series and how it can be used inside and outside the classroom.
09
SEP
ECONOMIC EDUCATION
Comic Books: Activity Guide and Poster Released
Join Flora, Glix, and an intrepid cast of characters as they travel the universe, meet new friends, and work together to learn about economic and financial literacy. The New York Fed’s Educational Comic Book Series brings readers on an out-of-this-world journey to teach about basic economic principles and the Federal Reserve’s role in the financial system.
08
JUL
ECONOMIC EDUCATION
Teacher Professional Development Program: Monetary Policy and Federal Reserve Actions during the COVID-19 Crisis
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York hosted an online professional development program for high school educators. Attendees learned about the new monetary policy tools being used by the Federal Reserve System in response to the coronavirus pandemic, and how to utilize Federal Reserve Bank of New York education materials in the classroom to help teach these topics.
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