Have a question about the Bloomberg Terminal or want to know how to get started?
UPDATE (May 2020): The Bloomberg Research Consultants (BRCs) are Union College students experienced with the Bloomberg Terminal and are available to help you with the Bloomberg Terminal or Bloomberg Market Concepts. To schedule an appointment, use Appointlet via either https://schaffer-library.appointlet.com/ or the library home page, and select "Bloomberg Help." For quick questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kevin has experience as an intern at Premier Financial Network. He worked directly with the President and Chief Executive Officer on investing strategies and worked directly with clients. He was intern at Cassin & Cassin LLP (a New York City based law firm.) Kevin worked directly with the Chief Financial Officer to prepare various analyses to help improve efficiency and profitability. He is a member of the Garnet Group, Garnet Society, Chi Psi and Varsity baseball team. He is certified on the Bloomberg Terminal. Kevin is a Sophomore Economics major from Bellmore, New York.
My name is Iliyas; I am a sophomore majoring in computer science and economics. I started using the Bloomberg terminal pretty much as soon as we got it here at Union. I think it's a great tool and is really interesting to use especially for someone trying to work in finance.
Rhona Eseyade is a junior Mechanical Engineering Major from Lagos, Nigeria. Last Summer, Rhona worked at Morgan Stanley in the Fixed Income Division. There he spent a lot of time learning about, and delivering pitches on Municipal and corporate bonds, as well as underwriting deals for the Commercial Real Estate Group. This spurred his interest in the financial world and he started taking the Bloomberg Market Concepts Course which he hopes to be certified for in the near future. On campus, Rhona works as a Student Assistant at the President's office, is a co-house manager for Wells House (community service theme house), and a member of the Varsity Basketball team
My name is Aarya Rijal and I am a junior majoring in Quantitative Economics Track. On campus, I work at the Office of Institutional Research and I also work as a course tutor for ECO 242: Macroeconomics Theory and Policy and ECO 101: Introduction to Economics. I am the current Vice President of Operations of Delta Phi Epsilon, Co-President of Women in Economics Society, and Secretary of Economics Club. I want to pursue a career in the financial services industry because of the opportunities to work in an ever-changing, fast-paced, and challenging environment.