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Classroom Visits

Experience the Richmond Fed at the Fed Experience

The Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond offers classroom visits, virtual and in-person, on a limited basis to share with students the Federal Reserve’s role in the economy and in their lives.

Note: The Richmond Fed no longer offers museum or building tours at any of its offices. 

Classroom Visits

Richmond Fed Economic Education will offer accessible and informative presentations to high school and college classes on topics such as the role and history of the Federal Reserve System and economics as a career. Visits are designed to reach students in schools that may benefit from economic literacy, including Title I high schools, community colleges, HBCUs, and rural and minority serving institutions.

Request a speaker from the Richmond Fed to visit your classroom and speak about the Federal Reserve and the role it plays in their lives. The presentations are interactive and designed to address economics and personal finance standards related to the Federal Reserve.

For more information on our college-level presentations, check out Richmond Fed on Campus.

Please note that we will do our best to accommodate your request, but requests are subject to staff availability.

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