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Welcome to Boston is packed with handy tips and cultural interpretation about life in the US. This unique collection of up-to-date websites, phone numbers and lists of resources helps international students, scholars and visitors manage a move to Boston. Much more than a tourist guide, this book explains the difference between Bake and Broil on your oven dial, why the bank asks for your mother's maiden name and what to do in a half bath, plus much more. A unique practical resource for anyone moving to Boston, Massachusetts. Special attention is given to the questions international newcomers have, but people moving from other parts of the US will find all their questions answered here as well. Updated yearly, the book gives reliable, detailed information not found in any other single resource
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Karen Rudnick holds a B.S. in Organizational Behavior and a Masters Degree in Applied Management. Her professional emphasis is cross-cultural management. Rudnick was the Managing Director of Savoir Faire, Inc., Lexington, MA, a consulting firm specializing in multiple aspects and challenges of acculturation and international relocation for employees and their families. Rudnick is also a certified English as a Second Language instructor and has designed training programs for tutors of English speakers of other languages. She is a sought after speaker on cultural issues and cross-cultural management matters.
Anne P. Copeland, Ph.D. is Director of The Interchange Institute, Brookline, MA., as well as an organizational consultant and a licensed clinical psychologist, specializing in individuals and families who move from one culture to another. Formerly, she was Associate Professor of Psychology at Boston University. She conducts research on individuals and families who relocate to new countries, and writes and speaks frequently about this research.
Helenann Wright is Director of International Education Services at Savoir Faire, Inc., Lexington, MA, where she specializes in the development of programs for people from the United States moving internationally, and for international expatriates and their families moving to the United States.
I just finished reading your Welcome to Boston Guide for International Newcomers which my wife received when starting [her new job] recently. I've been living in the USA for a total of 9 years and knew a lot of the information through experience. But it was good to get confirmation on some items through your book. Along the lines--the best books are the ones telling you what you already know. And I wish I had all this information in one booklet when coming to the USA for the first time. This will make a huge difference to my wife and her start in the city and at work-- whole different ball game for her... So, thank you for creating this book and making it available to [her employer] and hopefully many other places, too. --Rainer B., German manager with a large global corporation --personal correspondence
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