The Education Advisory Group (EAG) consists of approximately 20 high school teachers from around the 12th District. They work with the Economic Education Group staff for a period of one year, providing feedback on content ideas, teaching activities, FRBSF economic education resources, the use of technology, and best practices related to teaching about the Federal Reserve and the U.S. economy. Applications are due December 8, 2014.
This event includes a workshop on personal finance, a presentation on how to finance college, a mentoring session with SF Fed employees, and a panel discussion on entrepreneurial leadership.
View the slides from Meet the Experts (MTE) presentations. MTE is a speaker series designed to provide secondary and post-secondary educators with an opportunity to interact with leaders from throughout the Bank. The event strives to highlight emerging issues in the economy and foster greater understanding about the roles and responsibilities of the Federal Reserve.
Explore the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco’s American Currency Exhibit online, a truly priceless collection that brings history alive and shows you how currency actually shaped our country’s history.
A concise and interactive tool for exploring the Fed’s history, structure, and responsibilities.