Valuable travel resource available online

Those interested in living, working or studying overseas have exclusive access to the online version of Jean Marc Hachey's "The Big Guide to Living & Working Overseas".

The Canadian author's 1,800-page book is available online thanks to the partnership of Career & Employment Services and the International Centre for Students. All U of L students, graduates and staff can access this valuable resource. All they need is a "uleth" e-mail account and password. For access to this resource, visit the Career & Employment Services website.

The Big Guide to Living & Working Overseas contains 41 chapters of accurate and well-researched information on all topics related to living, working and studying overseas. There are also interactive tools, tips sheets and International IQ assessments to help people prepare for and research international experiences. As well, The Big Guide contains direct company contact links and information on hundreds of non-governmental organizations, businesses, English as a Second Language and other agencies that employ or recruit for overseas staff and volunteers.

Hachey will be on campus Thursday, Feb. 12 as part of the U of L's International Week activities. He will present a pair of global career sessions in AH100 (11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.).

Contact CES for more information or for assistance in using the online Big Guide resource. Career & Employment Services (CES) at the U of L provides free career and employment assistance to students and graduates for up to two years after graduation.