Bloomberg Financial Analysts
Each semester, undergraduate finance majors are selected to work part-time in the Masters ILC as Bloomberg Financial Analysts. Analysts assist with teaching Bloomberg software to more than 300 students, aid faculty in various research endeavors and give tours of the center to visiting investment professionals.
Selection is highly competitive. The position requires a minimum overall GPA of 3.5, completion of FIN 301 (or 307) and FIN 425 courses with an A, and a recommendation from a Haslam finance professor. The position is paid depending on experience, and students must be able to work two consecutive semesters prior to graduation in order to be considered.
Fellowships & Scholarships
Several prestigious fellowship and scholarship opportunities are available for Bloomberg Financial Analysts to get paid as part of their work. These innclude:
- Beauchamp E. Brogan Investments Fellowship
- Venable Family Endowed Investment Fellowship
- A. David Martin Investments Fellowship
- Phillip Fulmer Masters ILC Endowed Scholarship
- Carroll Fellows Award
These opportunities are highly competitive and each has a different set of criteria. Awards are based on students’ academic record and Bloomberg Financial Analyst application — no other applications are necessary.