Fed Listens: Pandemic Recovery in Austin Communities
The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas hosted a virtual community listening session to explore how workers, businesses and communities in the Austin area are navigating the economic recovery from COVID-19.
Toward an Inclusive Recovery: Increasing the Housing Security of Vulnerable Renters Through Rental Assistance
This seminar, presented by the Federal Reserve Banks of Atlanta and Philadelphia, is part of a Federal Reserve Community Development Research Seminar Series focused on supporting an inclusive recovery. November 17, 2021 | Virtual
Housing + Covid-19: Addressing the Pandemic's Impact on Homeowners and Tenants
Join us on Nov. 5 to discuss strategies that localities can adopt to ensure an equitable housing and economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic and set the stage for long-term affordability and stability.
Toward an Inclusive Recovery: Understanding and Empowering Women’s Economic Participation
This research seminar will explore issues related to women’s economic declines during the pandemic and the ability of women to participate equally in existing markets, post-recession. October 21, 2021 | Virtual
Employer-Led Approach to Workforce Development Promises to Better Align Texas Workers with In-Demand Jobs
While workforce development efforts are ongoing across the country, they do not always produce the regional pools of quality talent that employers need. One approach designed to create a workforce “supply chain” is achieving success in several states and is about to take off across Texas.
While many adverse situations contribute to a young adult becoming disconnected from school and the workforce, researchers coined the phrase “opportunity youth” to emphasize their potential economic and social contributions.