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Life Outside of Kodak



Life Outside the Office
Work is just part of the picture at Kodak. Our U.S. and other global offices are located in areas with a wide range of opportunities for you to enjoy work and life in and outside the office.
Some of Kodak's Offices
Rochester, New York, Corporate Headquarters
Ranked among the 10 most livable cities in the U.S., Rochester is home to over one million people that all contribute to its small-town friendliness. Rochester offers easy commuting, affordable housing, highly rated public schools, leading health care facilities, and exciting urban and suburban living communities.
Rochester's highly sought-after lakeside lifestyle (on Lake Ontario) is filled with boating, parks, festivals and concerts. Only an hour away is the Finger Lakes region, where you can enjoy upstate New York's award-winning wine country, great skiing, hiking, fishing and water sports. Rochester is only a three-hour drive from Toronto, Canada, and a seven-hour drive from downstate New York City.

A few interesting Rochester facts:

  • Rated one of the 10 Best Cities for Women by Ladies' Home Journal
  • Rated twice by Almanac as the Kindest, Most Helpful City in the U.S.
  • Listed by American Demographics Magazine as one of the Top 50 Best Places to Raise a Family

Nearby Attractions
Niagara Falls
Toronto, Canada
Adirondack Mountains
Finger Lakes Region

Area Colleges
Rochester Institute of Technology
University of Rochester
St. John Fisher College
State U of NY at Brockport
State U of NY at Geneseo

Sports Teams
Rochester Red Wings
Buffalo Bills
Buffalo Sabres
Toronto Blue Jays

Museums and Galleries
International Museum of Photography and Film at the George Eastman House
Memorial Art Gallery
Strong Children's Museum
Genesee Country Village and Museum
Susan B. Anthony House

Performing Arts
Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra
Eastman School of Music
Geva Theatre
Garth Fagan Dance

Dining and Entertainment
Freetime Magazine

More About Rochester
@ Rochester
City Hall, Rochester, New York
City of Rochester, New York
Rochester Democrat & Chronicle
Rochester Online
Rochester Business Journal  
Windsor, Colorado
The Windsor area is a choice community in northern Colorado. Nestled among the foothills of the Rocky Mountains and located mid-way between the three Colorado cities of Greeley, Fort Collins and Loveland, Windsor lets you experience a varied lifestyle—and weather to match. Conditions in northern Colorado often jump from calm to crazy in a matter of hours. Though you can expect mild, sunshine-filled days 300 days of the year.

Northern Colorado also boasts an abundance of high-tech industries, farmland, recreational opportunities and very friendly people. The outstanding quality of life in this area has received award-winning recognition. You'll find extensive medical facilities, plentiful educational opportunities, local and national cultural activities, progressive schools and a strong business community. For additional information on Windsor and the neighboring areas, visit www.GreeleyChamber.com, www.FortCollinsChamber.com and www.Loveland.org.

In addition to Manufacturing, you'll find opportunities in vital support functions such as Purchasing, Equipment Design and Maintenance, and Product Testing—ensuring that Kodak's high-quality standards are continuously met. A variety of staff and administrative services in Windsor also handle training, as well as maintenance of the on-site fire department, security force, medical department, communications network and utilities operations.
Atlanta, Georgia
Downtown Atlanta's soaring skyscrapers and intriguing variety of nightclubs are just the beginning of its charms. It's also home to the world's largest drive-in, infamous barbecue, exquisite five-star dining rooms, world-class shopping and a glorious climate for enjoying every bit of it all.

Atlanta is one of the most popular and trendy cities in the United States thanks to its ever-increasing range of exciting activities, events, culture, dining, scenic beauty and family-friendly events. For a complete listing of what's happening in the Atlanta area, visit Atlanta Citysearch. For related links on Atlanta and surrounding areas, visit www.Itsmarta.com.

Atlanta's consumer imaging campus offers the opportunity of beginning or expanding your career in many areas including:

Product Marketing
Marketing communications
Business Research
Dayton, Ohio
The Birthplace of Aviation, Dayton was once home to powered flight inventors Wilbur and Orville Wright. Today the city offers great attractions and historical sites, fantastic arts venues, thriving downtown, beautiful parks, a variety of sporting sites and fabulous shopping and dining.

Dayton has continued to progress in a growth of industrial power, in it’s blossoming as a center of high technology, research and information services, and in its development as a service and distribution center. In transportation, Dayton is the hub of one of the largest "90-Minute" markets in the nation.

For additional information on Dayton and its surrounding areas, please visit one of the following sites:


Toronto, Ontario Canada
Kodak Canada's main site is located in Canada's largest city—Toronto—one of the most, beautiful, cosmopolitan and exciting cities in the world. Home to 2.5 million people, over 7,800 restaurants, 32,000 hotel rooms and four professional sports teams, Toronto also happens to be Canada's number one tourist destination—often referred to as "Hollywood North" by members of the film industry:
The city's infrastructure includes North America's second-largest public transit system, and its largest continuous underground pedestrian system, connecting 1,100 stores and restaurants, 48 office towers, six major hotels and several entertainment centers. Places Rated Almanac ranked Toronto the safest large metropolitan area in North America. Over 100 languages are spoken in Toronto, and it has been heralded as one of the most multicultural cities in the world.

For additional information on Toronto and surrounding areas, visit http://www.City.Toronto.On.Ca.

More information is available about Kodak Canada at www.kodak.ca.
Vancouver, British Columbia
Vancouver is Host City of the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games. Surrounded by spectacular natural beauty, the City of Vancouver is recognized as one of the world's most livable cities, renowned for its innovative programs and leading in the areas of sustainability, accessibility and inclusivity.

Livability. Vancouver is consistently rated one of the most livable cities in the world. It has accomplished this by recognizing that livability is affected by many different aspects life in the community.

Innovation. Vancouver is known as a city on the leading edge of public policy and planning. We have won numerous awards for innovation. And experts come from all over the world to see how Vancouver has pioneered innovative ways to solve urban issues.

Sustainability. Vancouver has taken a holistic approach to creating a sustainable city that balances and enhances the environmental, economic, and social needs of the community. We are considered a leader in sustainable practices.

Diversity/Inclusivity/Accessibility. Vancouver is a city with many diverse types of communities. The City is renowned for having created ways for all citizens to celebrate who they are, and participate in every aspect of life in Vancouver.

For additional information on Vancouver and surrounding areas, please visit one of the following sites:


Kodak is an equal opportunity employer.