Public Affairs Specialist Nicole Connelly spoke on bank alternatives and investing to high school students at an Outstanding High School Teller Ceremony at the University of Nebraska - Omaha, April 24, 2017.
Omaha Branch Executive Nathan Kauffman discusses Nebraska economic conditions at a meeting of the Omaha Downtown Rotary Club.
Omaha area teachers listen to Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen explain the mission and responsibilities of the Fed during Conversation with the Chair: A Teacher Town Hall Meeting, which was a part of Evening at the Fed on Jan. 12, 2017.
Omaha Branch Executive Nathan Kauffman speaks with teachers at Evening at the Fed on Jan. 12, 2017.
Senior Community Development Advisor Dell Gines spoke at the Omaha Startup Collaborative for the Heartland 2050 Series on growing entrepreneurial ecosystems to promote more and stronger minority businesses.
Senior Community Development Advisor Dell Gines gives the keynote address on the importance of developing an entrepreneurship ecosystem at the 2016 Entrepreneurship Best Practices Summit, which is a statewide professional development and networking opportunity for educators, economic developers, policy makers and thought leaders.
Workforce development professionals, contractors and reentry specialists discussed labor needs in the Omaha construction sector at a roundtable hosted by the Omaha Branch and the Greater Omaha Chamber of Commerce on Nov. 16.
The Omaha Branch welcomes the 2016-2017 Student Board of Directors. The Student Board of Directors program provides students with the opportunity to learn about the nation's central bank while also exploring workforce and college readiness skills.
Members of the 2016-2017 Omaha Branch Student Board of Directors gather for their first meeting on Oct. 28.
As part of their annual United Way campaign, Omaha Branch staff visited Girls Inc. Omaha to learn about the organization and see United Way dollars at work.
Public Affairs Specialist Nicole Connelly talks with students from Omaha Bryan High School during Financial Education Day on Oct. 21.
Students from Omaha Bryan High School participate in mock interviews with representatives from the University of Nebraska at Omaha College of Business Administration as part of Financial Education Day on Oct. 21.
Senior Community Development Advisor Dell Gines shares insights on entrepreneurship with students in the business academy at Benson High School on Sept. 22.
Vice President of Community Development Tammy Edwards (far left) moderates the "Women Leaders in Banking: Telling Their Stories" session during the Nebraska Bankers Association Women in Banking Conference on Sept. 13
Vice President and Economist George Kahn provides an update on the U.S. economy and monetary policy at the Scottsbluff/Gering Economic Forum on August 23, 2016.
Community Development Advisor Dell Gines speaks to high school students involved in the DREAMBIG Academy about his career path and role at the Federal Reserve on July 14th.
Public Affairs Specialist Nicole Connelly presented Kansas City Fed Children's Literature resources at the Nebraska State Social Studies Conference on June 24th.
Community Development Advisor Dell Gines spoke on the importance of youth entrepreneurship education at the Nebraska Entrepreneur Educator Workshop on April 15.
Omaha Branch employees visited Conestoga Elementary Magnet School in Omaha to read books and lead activities centered on savings as part of Teach Children to Save Day.
Bank President Esther George spoke to approximately 170 business, banking and community leaders on the economic outlook and monetary policy on April 7 in York, Nebraska.
The Omaha Board of Directors, Omaha Branch Executive Nathan Kauffman, and Bank President Esther George toured Monsanto's operations in Waco, Nebraska on April 7.
Nathan Kauffman, Omaha Branch Executive provided an update on Nebraska's economy during an economic forum in York, Nebraska on April 7.
On March 31, Omaha Branch Student Board Members learned about our Regional Economy from Economist Courtney Cowley.
On Feb. 19, more than 80 students from Omaha high schools participated in an interactive budgeting simulation at the Omaha Branch.
The 2015-2016 Omaha Branch Student Board of Directors toured Film Streams in downtown Omaha to learn about non-profit entrepreneurship.
Vice President and Economist Jon Willis provides an update on the U.S. economy and monetary policy at the Kearney Economic Forum, which took place on the campus of the Unviersity of Nebraska at Kearney.
The Board of Directors from Kansas City, Denver, Oklahoma City and Omaha gathered for a Joint Board Meeting in Omaha, Nebraska, September 9, 2015. The 2-day meeting featured a tour of the Union Pacific Harriman Dispatch Center.