Salem State University hosted the Cabot Wealth Management Lab dedication, unveiling twelve (12) Bloomberg Lab Terminals which will serve as a key element in the education of business students at the University.

The lab is equipped with terminals that deliver real-time data allowing professors to bring the economies into the classroom, providing students with the same platform used by the world’s leading banks, corporations and government agencies enhancing academics across a range of disciplines.

“St. Jean’s Credit Union Charitable Foundation is proud to support the University in its continued commitment to providing top-notch education to students in our communities and beyond,” said President/CEO C. David Surface of St. Jean’s Credit Union. “As a student entering the ever-changing economy, you need every chance you can get. Finance students having the opportunity to work hands-on at the Bloomberg Terminal will be stronger candidates in the competitive job market.”