Tours & Programs
Conversation with the Chair: A Teacher Town Hall Meeting
Educators are invited to Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell's first town hall for kindergarten through post-secondary teachers. After opening remarks, Chairman Powell will take questions from audiences across the country. The event will take place from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. EST on Wednesday, February 6, 2019.
The conversation also will be livestreamed from www.federalreserve.gov for those who cannot attend in person.
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Federal Reserve Financial Education Day
This is an annual program, typically held in October, focused on sharing personal finance tools and resources with students and/or teachers nationwide. Your local Federal Reserve Bank or branch may be hosting an event, such as a professional development workshop for teachers or an after school or student-based program. The goal: to promote discussions about the importance of financial education. Staff from the Reserve Banks and branches will showcase free personal finance resources from throughout the Federal Reserve System as well. Contact your nearest Federal Reserve Bank for details about events in your area.
Town Hall with Former Chairwoman Yellen: A Program for Educators
Former Federal Reserve Board Chair Janet Yellen addressed educators nationwide via webcast from Washington, D.C. in January 2017. Her message for teachers discussed the mission and responsibilities of the Federal Reserve System and she also took questions from K-12 and post-secondary educators of economics, history, and related disciplines, who were gathered at Federal Reserve Board and Bank offices across the country.
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Town Hall with Former Chairman Bernanke: A Program for Educators
In commemoration of the Federal Reserve System's centennial, former Chairman Ben Bernanke shared his perspective with educators around the country on Wednesday, November 13, 2013. He addressed key facts about the Federal Reserve's history and the wealth of educational resources available, as well as answered questions from participating educators.
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