This bimonthly newsletter provides information on community and economic development trends across the Tenth Federal Reserve District.
Senior Entrepreneurship in Focus: Q & A with Elizabeth Isele, Founder and President of Senior Entrepreneurship Works.
Adult education program in Wichita unites GED, technical training and employment services.
Audience-specific tools help improve knowledge among youth, adults and employers.
New information helps lenders keep current.
Summer intern gains appreciation for Fed’s internal and external functions.
Erika Ramirez reflects on the first half of 2015 and the role collaboration plays in community development.
Responses of service providers show modest deterioration in opportunities for funding.
Community Development is committed to assisting our stakeholders and the communities we serve to respond effectively to emerging challenges through the use of research, relationship building and resource development.