Workforce Development and Human Capital - Events
The Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago and the American Bankers Association will host Tools toward Market Restoration: Where Growth and Opportunity Converge on May 1-2, 2018, in Detroit. The two-day conference will delve into how policies and practices impact place-based inequality. Policy experts and leading practitioners will share knowledge derived from current research, innovative programs, and interventions.
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.
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.
This two-day event provided attendees with access to the most innovative tools, training, and connections needed to successfully secure funding for their businesses or non-profits.
This national convening supported Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) implementation, built upon the regulations and guidance, virtual training, and resources already available to the system.
Investing in America’s Workforce seeks to strengthen our nation’s economic potential through reframing and reimagining workforce development efforts, taking a broader view of them as investments, rather than as a limiting view centered on the delivery of social services. This initiative will connect businesses, government, nonprofit, and philanthropic partners to rethink policy and investments, attract new resources, and improve economic mobility for workers.
Connecting Hard-to-Serve Populations with Jobs: Successful Solutions for Skilled Immigrant Integration
Tune in to this March 30, 2016, Exploring Innovation in Community Development webinar discussing “brain waste,” the phenomenon of immigrants with college degrees being unemployed or working in jobs and fields that don’t utilize their educational and professional backgrounds. Learn about strategies, programs and best practices that help these immigrants transition to professional careers and maximize their full potential. Speakers include Amanda Bergson-Shilcock, National Skills Coalition; Rebecca Tancredi, Upwardly Global; and Manuel Portillo, Welcoming Center for New Pennsylvanians.
This Forefront article offers highlights from the Cleveland Fed’s shale symposium, convened in February 2015 in Wheeling, WV, and featuring experts from around the country to examine how communities can make the most of extraction's boom while mitigating effects from the inevitable bust.
Couldn't make it to Pittsburgh for the 2015 Policy Summit? Check out the preview, videos & speaker presentations from the June 18 and 19, 2015 event, including a conversation with mayors, two plenaries, a session powered by PechaKucha, and the closing address by Cleveland Fed President and CEO Loretta J. Mester. The 2015 Policy Summit, sponsored by the Federal Reserve Banks of Cleveland, Philadelphia, and Richmond, featured experts from across the US presenting the latest research and field initiatives on topics related to equitable development.
Raise the Floor, Build the Ladder: Good Jobs for New Mexico’s Workforce is a statewide summit to explore program, policy and funding supports for low-wage workers and employers in New Mexico. The April, 2015 summit was hosted by the New Mexico Direct Caregivers Coalition in partnership with the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City and the Con Alma Health Foundation.