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Federal Reserve Student Board of Directors

Program Information


The Kansas City Fed believes diversity strengthens our organization and enriches our community. The Bank is committed to ensuring that our programs reach underserved populations in the education realm, especially majority-minority high schools, inner city high schools and all girls’ high schools. 


As part of this commitment, we conduct a Student Board of Directors program in five cities within our District and accept applications from students at the schools noted above. We strive to have the composition of our Student Boards of Directors reflect the diverse demographic makeup of those schools and communities.


Program Overview


The Student Board of Directors program will prepare you to become knowledgeable citizens by increasing your understanding of economic, financial and occupational topics through collaboration with peers and business leaders.


For more information, visit the Federal Reserve Student Board of Directors.


Applications are accepted each January.  Students apply during their junior (11th grade) year and serve throughout the senior (12th grade) year.  To apply, LoopMail your counselor.

Watch the Student Board in Action


Hear what past students have to say about their experiences as Student Board of Directors.