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Seizing the Opportunity for Equitable Redevelopment

Nearly 10 years have passed since Hurricane Ike hit Galveston, Texas, yet many low- and moderate-income neighborhoods and affordable homes have not been rebuilt or replaced. The result is a community that is less economically diverse and more likely to face serious workforce challenges in the coming years. This new Dallas Fed report explores the impact of redevelopment efforts and gentrification on Galveston specifically, but the lessons learned can inform individuals and communities recovering from recent natural disasters across the U.S.

REGISTER NOW | Connecting Communities: Engaging Banks in Workforce Development, Part 1

This two-part Connecting Communities® webinar series will highlight how banks and organizations partnering with them can play an important role in workforce development and help fulfill their obligations under the Community Reinvestment Act. Presenters for Part 1 on March 8 include Elizabeth Sobel Blum, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas; John Galante, Year Up; and Mark Estrada, State Street Bank.

REGISTER NOW | Connecting Communities: Engaging Banks in Workforce Development, Part 2

This two-part Connecting Communities® webinar series will highlight how banks and organizations partnering with them can play an important role in workforce development and help fulfill their obligations under the Community Reinvestment Act. Presenters for Part 2 on March 29 include Priscilla Dinn Alvarez, VIDA (Valley Initiative for Development and Advancement); Barbara Mahnen, Bank of America; Andrea Stiles Pullas, Mi Casa Resource Center; Rubin Ramos, BBVA Compass; and Steven Shepelwich, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City.

Opportunity Occupations Monitor

The Atlanta Fed’s interactive data tool identifies well-paying jobs across various educational requirement levels in states and metro areas. The monitor separates occupations into labor market groups based on entry-level educational requirements by employers. It also provides geographic-specific information on occupations, including total employment, median salary, and percent of monthly income needed for median regional housing costs.

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