2 SLPS Students Selected for Inaugural Student Board of Directors at Federal Reserve Bank
ST. LOUIS, MO. October 18, 2012 –The Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis has chosen two St. Louis Public School District high school seniors to serve on its inaugural Student Board of Directors. The SLPS students are among 12 area high school students selected to serve on the Student Board of Directors.
Xavier Bady, Central Visual & Performing Arts High School, and Chelsea VanDuyne, Gateway STEM High School, will serve year‐long terms as liaisons between St. Louis area schools and the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis. As members of the Student Board of Directors, they will meet every other month to learn about and discuss economics and personal finance, and listen to speakers on topics such as leadership development and career planning. They will also compete for two summer internships.
“This effort is important to the Bank,” said Dr. Mary Suiter, Economic Education Officer at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, in a release. “It allows us to connect with our education partners in a new way and to provide students with information about the economy and careers at the Fed. It also affords Student Board members the opportunity to apply for two internships at the Bank in the summer of 2013.” The students were nominated by their teachers after showing an interest in economics or personal finance, serving as leaders in their school, and showing a commitment to self‐improvement through participation in activities outside of the classroom before being chosen by staff at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis.
The new program is part of the organization’s ongoing effort to reach K‐16 educators, students, and the general public with educational materials that cover personal finance and economics. In addition, the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis offers free downloadable lesson plans, interactive whiteboard activities, and online courses for classrooms ranging from elementary school to college.
For more information regarding this release, please contact the Office of Public Information (314) 345‐2367.
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