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Brian Norris

"When first moving to Washington, D.C., I didn't know many people outside of the office. InterNations has changed that with some exciting events."

Caroline Stiles

"In such an international city such as Washington, D.C. InterNations holds great events for everyone to network and enjoy themselves."

Living in Pomona

"The Pomo" is a multicultural city in the county of Los Angeles that provides a warm welcome to all. Pomona offers a host of fun activities and events for people of all ages, with the annual LA County Fair being known around the world. Life in the city is fast-paced and expats living in Pomona can expect to meet a wide range of people from differing backgrounds. As with any move, getting to know local people may seem a little hard at first and this is where the InterNations network can help. With more than one million members worldwide, InterNations allows expatriates to meet up and socialize with those who are also new to the area as well as people who have been living in California for many years. If you don't want to check out the sights on your own, you can try and use InterNations to get in touch with fellow expats who already have a taste for what Pomona has to offer and who can point you the right direction.

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Moving to Pomona

No one can claim that moving to Pomona or any other foreign city and new country isn't daunting. You can expect there to be culture shock and there may be language barriers to overcome, but you'll soon find that "The Pomo" has a sizeable and welcoming population of expats. If you're moving into the region to study, you'll find a large and vibrant student population, with many pupils living in and around the California State Polytechnic University. For people looking to buy real estate, the city has a large number of beautiful older homes. The Lincoln Park area of Pomona is particularly popular among expatriates in Pomona as its tree-lined streets are home to many friendly people, while the park itself is kept clean and has a children's playground. Our content-section, including the Expat Magazine, has been produced to provide a helping hand to anyone who is considering a new life abroad. It offers information on what to expect when relocating abroad, such as insurance, finance and cross-cultural communication. The forums will also help you connect with other internationals.

Working in Pomona

With a population of 149,000, Pomona is home to workers in a plethora of industries. Education is a big area for employment in the city with the Pomona Unified School District having a staff of more than 3,400, while the California State Polytechnic University employs around 2,300 people. Any expatriate hoping to start working in Pomona will similarly find that telecommunications giant Verizon also has a strong presence in the city. Whatever line of work you're in, there are likely opportunities available and InterNations provides the perfect platform for you to get in touch with people who have similar skills or come from similar professional and academic backgrounds as yourself. Expats living in Pomona should check out the user generated content on the InterNations website as this will give you an insight into the experiences of people that, like you, took the plunge and began a new life in this sun-kissed part of the USA.

Brian Norris

"When first moving to Washington, D.C., I didn't know many people outside of the office. InterNations has changed that with some exciting events."

Caroline Stiles

"In such an international city such as Washington, D.C. InterNations holds great events for everyone to network and enjoy themselves."