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I considered 12 recent ESP series that are intended for the field of tourism. Only two had content that was also adequate for academic purposes: OEC: Tourism 3 and English for Tourism and Hospitality in Higher Education Studies (2009) from Garnet Education. Both books covered similar content, and while the latter is perhaps more appropriate for academic purposes, it is too advanced for B1 students.
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(October 23, 2008 --Thunder Bay, ON) Things have come full circle for several Lakehead University alumni who will be at Lakehead University's Career Day 2008, this time from the other side of the table. Attending last year's Career and Co-operative Education event as applicants, this year they will be attending Career Day as recruiters. "There are many great stories. I can tell that so many students ended up with full time offers by attending our Career Day event last year," said Rosanna Scaffeo, Career and Co-op Officer at Lakehead University.For example, former Lakehead student Yves Blais is now recruiting for Colt Worley Parsons, a company that serves energy companies across Canada, and internationally. Another Lakehead alum, Steven Loyer will be recruiting at Career Day 2008 on behalf of the company he applied for least year - McIntosh Engineering (Now Stantec - Mining). Likewise for alumna Amanda Kruger. She attended Career Day as a student in 2007, and will be recruiting in 2008 for Kiewit, a company offering construction, engineering and mining services.Career Day 2008 is the largest Lakehead has ever had, with more than 60 employers registered, Full-time, part-time, and summer jobs are available. Students will have the chance to speak to recruiters face-to-face, informing themselves of opportunities and the organizations that offer them. Students may also take advantage of the many other services offered by the Career and Co-operative Education Services, such as the online Student/Alumni Jobbank, which has an average of over 2,000 opportunities per year, workshops on resume writing, job searching, and preparing for interviews. "We care about our students' career success. I am very passionate about students starting their careers through Career Day. Students do get jobs as a result of attending Career Day," Scaffeo said. -30-Media: John DeGiacomo, Manager of Career & Co-Op Services is available for media interview, and may be reached at 343-8264. Rosanna Scaffeo, Career & Co-op Officer is also available for media interview and may be reached at 766-7186. For more information, please contact Lisa Pelot, Communications Officer, 807-343-8177,or email@example.com
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