The Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond has numerous fall virtual programs available! For those interested in a career in economics, the Diverse Careers in Economics Conference (DivEc) provides undergraduate economics (and related fields) students with information on the range of career paths open to them and a forum to discuss the importance of having a variety of perspectives in the field of economics. We also welcome students who are curious and would like to learn more about this field and future internship opportunities at the Fed. Join us - Diverse Careers in Economics Conference – November 16-18 from 5-7:30 p.m. (EST) and with keynote speaker, Dr. Peter Blair, Harvard Graduate School of Education faculty on November 16th. To learn more and to register click the link below.
Our Richmond Fed on Campus Fall Webinar Series is back by popular demand! We now have an economist and their Research Associate present some of their work followed by Q&A. Join us for these timely topics. The programs listed below will be recorded, and an access link will be sent to registrants.
Inflation: Why it Matters, What to Look for and What’s Happening Today - Presented by Senior Policy Economist John O’Trakoun with Research Associate Zachary Edwards (October 14th 10-11 a.m. EST) To learn more and to register click the link below.
The Future of the Workforce - Presented by Sonya Waddell, Vice President and Economist with Research Analyst Hailey Phelps (November 18th from 10-11 a.m. EST) To learn more and to register click the link below.
We thank you in advance for your time and sharing these opportunities with your students and colleagues. All programs are free and we hope you are able to attend. We survey our professors, seeking innovative ways to provide content that is relevant to what they teach. Let me know if you have questions or need additional information.
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