"...North, east, south or west
Which direction is the best
If the choosing gets confusing
Maybe it's the map you are using..."
Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland
CareerGuide Summer School ambitious to bring together career counselors from different countries, to conduct workshops concerning personal, technical and interviewing skills and publish a functional handbook for Career Guidance process.
Rhodes is known as the isle of the Sun. Pindar mentions in one of his Odes that it was born of the union of Helios the sun god and the nymph Rhoda. In antiquity it also bore the names Aithraia, Ophiousa and Telchinis.
Rhodes is famous as the island of sun, sea and sand, the ideal place for vacations. It is the third largest Greek island and, officially, the sunniest place in the Europe. The City is among the finest, not only in Greece but in the whole of the Mediterranean. It is situated at the islands most northerly point and ringed by sea on the east and west. Rhodes (Rodos in Greek) combines the cosmopolitan character of a contemporary city with the picturesque of the medieval town, which gives the impression of having been untouched by the passage of time.