Moving To Rochester, New York? A Newcomer's Guide

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This guide will help you orient yourself to the Rochester area as well as provide insightful exercises to prepare yourself for the move.

View this PDF on a webpage - http://authenticjourneys.info/contact-jennifer-kumar.php
For the Kindle book, click here - http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00I39NJ0S/ref=nosim?tag=authenticjourneys-20&linkCode=sb1&camp=212353&creative=380549

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Moving To Rochester, New York? A Newcomer's Guide

  1. 1. Rochester,  New  York  Newcomer's  Guide     In  this  guide,  you  will  learn  about  many  of  the  neighborhoods  through  photos,  narrations   and  quotes  from  actual  residents.    (For  a  free  sample  section  of  the  book,  click  the  book   cover,  below.  If  the  link  doesn’t  work,  try  copying  this  -­‐  http://tinyurl.com/rochnew)   Some  of  the  areas  represented  include:   • Brighton   • Brockport   • Charlotte   • Chili   • Fairport   • Gates   • Highland  Park   • Irondequoit   • North  Winton  Village   • Park  Avenue   • Pearl  Meigs   • Penfield   • Pittsford   • Upper  Monroe     This  guide  focuses  on  daily  life  in  the  Rochester   area  –  where  to  shop,  where  to  live,  and  how  to   prepare  for  the  Rochester  weather!     This  guide  is  particularly  helpful  for  the  following  groups  of  people:     1.  International  Students     • Rochester  Institute  of  Technology  (RIT)   • Nazareth  College   • St.  John  Fisher  College   • Roberts  Wesleyan  College   • University  of  Rochester  (U  of  R)   • Monroe  Community  College  (MCC)      
  2. 2. 2.  Foreign  scholars,  researchers,  post-­‐docs,  and  other  working  professionals  at  the  U  of  R   or  other  Rochester  area  colleges  and  hospitals,  including  Highland  Hospital.     3.  Professionals  working  onsite  at  various  companies  in  Rochester  such  as:   • Bausch  and  Lomb   • BlueCross  BlueShield   • General  Motors   • Kodak   • Paetec   • Sutherland  Global   • Thomson  Reuters   • University  of  Rochester   • Xerox     4.  Housewives,  dependents,  senior  citizens   Those  newcomers  with  limited  mobility  or  are  housebound  for  various  reasons  may   appreciate  to  have  this  guide  to  orient  themselves  to  the  various  resources  of  the  area,   including  public  transportation,  libraries,  community  events,  fun  stuff  to  do,  shopping  areas,   parks,  and  more.     No  matter  who  you  are,  or  what  brings  you  to  Rochester,  this  guide  will  be  help  you  learn   about  the  area  and  it's  resources  in  a  way  that  other  resources  out  there  may  lack.  I  am   confident  that  even  if  you  have  already  browsed  websites,  read  other  books,  or  even  talked   to  people,  there  is  something  left  to  learn  in  this  guide!       To  purchase  this  guide  on  Kindle,  use  this  address  -­‐  http://tinyurl.com/rochnew.     If  you'd  like  to  buy  this  guide  but  worry  if  you  can  read  it  because  you  don't  have  a  Kindle,   don't  fret!  FREE  Kindle  apps  are  available  for  your  device  by  clicking  the  links  below.   Kindle  for  Mac  |  iPhone  |  PC/Windows  |  Android  |  Other  Devices         To  interact  with  this  information  in  a  webpage,  use  this  URL  -­‐   http://authenticjourneys.info/rochester-­‐new-­‐york-­‐newcomers-­‐guide.html      
  3. 3. Notes   For  companies  or  colleges  who  host  foreign  students  or  offshore  colleagues,  this  guide  can   be  purchased  in  bulk  or  as  an  e-­‐learning  tool.  Contact  Jennifer  Kumar  through  this  URL  -­‐   http://authenticjourneys.info/contact-­‐jennifer-­‐kumar.php     About  the  author,  Jennifer  Kumar:   When  I  moved  to  Rochester,  I  was  a  bit  lost  like  you  might  also   be  feeling  now.  It's  good  to  be  prepared  for  what's  to  come.   This  short  guide  will  help  you  do  just  that.  Though  Rochester  is   my  adopted  home,  it  always  will  be  considered  like  my   hometown  to  me.  When  I  moved  there,  due  to  the  nature  of   my  work,  I  was  thrown  into  the  Rochester  environment  driving   from  one  end  to  the  other  on  a  daily  basis.  However,  many   may  not  have  the  chance  to  travel  throughout  the  area   regularly  to  know  about  all  that  the  area  has  to  offer.  To  solve   this  problem,  I  have  put  together  a  handy  guide  that  showcases   the  good  spirit  of  Rochester  and  it's  people.     Jennifer  is  the  founder  of  Authentic  Journeys  Consultancy  Pvt.  Ltd.  based  in  Kochi,  India.  As   an  American  who  has  worked,  lived  and  studied  in  India,  visiting  India  since  1998,  she   understands  the  cultural  differences  and  challenges  faced  in  global  environments.  She   coaches  Indian  teams  to  work  more  effectively  between  offshore,  onsite  and  client   locations.  Contact  her  for  more  information  by  clicking  here.      

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