Summer Economic Education Workshop Series
K-12 teachers have the option of attending several workshop at the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City. Graduate credit is optional of 1-3 credits depending on attendance. Educators must register for the workshops at Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City via the link http://frbkc.custhelp.com/ci/documents/detail/2/stw2018reg.
Date(s) & Times
June 12 Entrepreneurship: Transforming the Labor Market
June 18 Personal Finance Boot Camp
June 20 STEM and Workforce Development
June 26 The Regional Landscape: Infrastructure, Transportation and Labor in our Economy
July 12 Technology and the Future of Learning
July 20 Health and Economics
Teacher workshops are 9 am – 4 pm at the Fed. Some involve field trips to external partners. Breakfast and lunch are typically provided by the Fed. Plenty of free resources are available to educators
GRAD CREDIT: Application to the ESU Grad School (typically as a non-degree seeking student) is necessary for students who have not been active in the ESU Grad School in the past three years. KCEE scholarships may offset some of this: ($25 nonrefundable ESU Grad School Application) + ($343.25/ Grad Cr Hr). Rob Catlett can assist with the enrollment and applying scholarships funds to minimize enrollment/fee payment hassles.