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A public policy dialogue series on the future of community development.
Sponsor: Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
Locations: St. Louis, Little Rock, Louisville, Memphis
June 24, 2010
Topics: the development of human capital through entrepreneurship, small business development, asset development, wealth creation and financial literacy.
August 26, 2010
Topics: strategies for implementing innovation, meeting and group faciltation designs, social entrepreneurship, and ideation and collaboration.
November 10, 2010
Topic: nonprofit and development finance.
These videoconferences also will be broadcast to any group that has videoconferencing capabilities and registers to participate as a local discussion site. For information, contact Matthew Ashby at 314-444-8891 or go to www.stlouisfed.org/community_development.
NeighborWorks Training Institute—Phoenix
Improving Quality of Life through Comprehensive Community Economic Development—Indianapolis
Sponsor: Indiana Association for Community Economic Development (additional training through August)
CDFA Development Finance Summit–Portland, Ore.
Sponsor: Council of Development Finance Agencies
National Microenterprise Conference & Training Institute—Arlington, Va.
Sponsors: Association for Enterprise Opportunity and Small Business Administration
Rethink. Recover. Rebuild. Reinventing Older Communities—Philadelphia
Sponsor: Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
Underbanked Financial Forum—Miami
Sponsor: Center for Financial Services Innovation
Conference on Serving the Underserved and Latino Credit Union Conference—Pittsburgh
Sponsors: National Federation of Community Development Credit Unions and the Network of Latino Credit Unions and Professionals
Housing's Great Fall: The Effect of House-Price Declines on Homeowner Equity—Little Rock, Ark.
Sponsor: Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, Little Rock Branch
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