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Information to keep practitioners informed about recent events, topics and publications in the community development field

May 31, 2018 | Event

Conversations with the Fed

Changing Cities: What’s Next for Charlotte?


May 15, 2018 | Event

Conversations with the Fed

The Way We Pay: Evolution or Revolution?


May 4, 2018 | News

Expand Your Understanding

Attend an upcoming "Conversations" event to expand your understanding about economic issues that are affecting our communities and you.


May 1, 2018 | Publication

Poverty Among 25- to 34-Year-Olds in the Fifth District

This issue of 5th District Footprint examines the question: How has the poverty rate of 25- to 34-year-olds changed in Fifth District counties since the Great Recession?


May 1, 2018 | Article

Regional: Highlights From Appalachia

In January, more than 30 public, private and nonprofit stakeholders from Appalachia and beyond took part in the Appalachia Health Investment Design Forum at the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond's branch in Charlotte, North Carolina.



March 28, 2018 | Publication

Closing the Workforce Skills Gap: Apprenticeship Programs in the U.S. and the Fifth District

This issue of 5th District Spotlight looks at registered apprenticeship programs in the 5th District.



Feb. 21, 2018 | Publication

Growing the Pipeline of Pay-for-Success Projects

This issue of Community Practice Papers details one path to further advance the Pay-for-Success (PFS) field in the United States — the use of universities, and specifically the University of Virginia’s Pay for Success Lab.


Feb. 7, 2018 | Article

North Carolina: Highlights From Asheville

How can western North Carolina, as a region, grow the talent needed by local employers, while simultaneously improving region-wide economic mobility for the people of the region?


working together

October 28 & 29, 2015 | Video
The Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond released a new video highlighting the collaboration that drives Healthy Neighborhoods, Inc.

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