Math x Economics
A one-day program for juniors and seniors in high school who are exceptionally talented in the subject of mathematics. Participants learn about studying economics in college to encourage them to consider a career in economic policy and research.

Students take part in a variety of fun and interactive activities to introduce them to the field of economics, get coursework recommendations from recent graduates and hear firsthand about different career paths in economics from a panel of professional economists. Participants have a unique opportunity to meet other students, ask questions of current Bank staff and visit the New York Fed gold vault!
Audience
College-bound juniors and seniors from public high schools in the New York metropolitan area, with particular focus on Title I schools. This program seeks to increase the diversity in the field of economic policy and research. We strongly encourage minority and women candidates to participate.
Application Process

A teacher or academic advisor identifies students with strong math abilities to refer to the program. To refer a student to the program, please have each student complete and submit the Student Application Form .

Submission deadline: May 30, 2014

Due to the high volume of referrals, we are unable to accept all students who apply to the program. Students will be selected to participate, and notified if they are accepted to the program following a review of their application.

2014 Program Details
Date and Time
Friday, June 27, 2014
8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Location
Federal Reserve Bank of New York
33 Liberty Street
New York, New York 10045
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2014 Agenda coming soon
Breakfast and lunch are provided.
Reception to follow formal program.
Dress code is business casual.

More Information Contact NY Fed Education at ny.fed.education@ny.frb.org

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