Community Development Events

Materials from Past Events

Presentations and handouts from some of our previous conferences, forums, and workshops on general community development issues. For materials from Indian Country-specific community development events, visit our Indian Country Currents: Materials from Past Events page.

Connecting to Markets Series: Part 3 of 3
Exploring Low-Income Neighborhoods in the Regional Context

Connecting to Markets Series: Part 2 of 3
Neighborhoods and Housing Markets: Comprehensive Community Development in the Metropolitan Context

Utilizing Data to Manage Neighborhood Change
An exploration of using data to stabilize neighborhoods and serve them better

Connecting to Markets Series: Part 1 of 3

Neighborhoods and Labor Markets: Exploring Low-Income Neighborhoods in the Regional Context

College Students and Identity Theft, Part 2

An Online-Only Webinar from the Minnesota Jump$tart Coalition and the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis

College Students and Identity Theft, Part 1

An Online-Only Webinar from the Minnesota Jump$tart Coalition and the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis

Community Development Forum (An Online-Only Webinar)
Topic: The Impact of Foreclosures on Renters

Interagency CRA and Community Development Lending Conference

Community Development Forum (An Online-Only Webinar)
Topic: Targeted Financial Education: Lessons Learned with Soldiers at Fort Bliss

Community Development Forum (An Online-Only Webinar)
Topic: Workplace Financial Education: A Win-Win for Employers and Employees

Interagency Community Development Conference: Community Banks and the Outlook for Residential and Small Business Lending

Community Development Forum

Topic: Update on Lender-Nonprofit Collaboration Against Foreclosures

Community Development Forum

Topic: Can community benefits agreements promote more equitable development?

Fixing the Foreclosure System: A workshop on modernizing the foreclosure process to ensure the best long-term outcomes for consumers and neighborhoods.

 

 
Federal Reserve Consumer Help