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Would it be easy to live in Poland next summer and find a job and a place to live?


mochadot18 13 | 238    
19 Jul 2012  #1
I was wondering if anyone knew how easy would it be for a 19 year old girl from the U.S to move to Poland next year for the summer?

I would need to find a place to live a job for the whole summer, I was born in Poland but have never been back since i was 4 so I think it would be a great experience for me. Please help me.

Thank you
f stop 25 | 2,520    
19 Jul 2012  #2
First: find a family member you can stay with.
Harry    
19 Jul 2012  #3
Are you a Polish citizen? If you are, it should be possible to get a job at a summer camp here. Do you speak Polish?
OP mochadot18 13 | 238    
19 Jul 2012  #4
I was adopted so I dont know of any family members we do have some family friends how hard would it be to find a place are they really expensive?

Yes i am a polish citizen and am currently learning to speak polish it was my first language so it should come somewhat easy
delphiandomine 85 | 16,868    
19 Jul 2012  #5
I would need to find a place to live a job for the whole summer, I was born in Poland but have never been back since i was 4 so I think it would be a great experience for me. Please help me.

Mocha, I could sort you out accommodation and a job, but it might just be volunteering. Interested?
OP mochadot18 13 | 238    
19 Jul 2012  #6
I would love to volunteer what type??? But I think I would still need to find some type of job just to at least cover my living expenses. Any job would be fine though and I have great experience Just to let you know ive worked at Strong Memorial Hospital in Rochester for 3 years and am currently a student worker and filling in for an administrator.
delphiandomine 85 | 16,868    
  19 Jul 2012  #7
Volunteering with kids, I could always arrange some sort of camp for them.

However, if you need payment- then as Harry says, you're best off trying to get a job in one of the many summer camps here. I don't have any good contacts, unfortunately :(
PolkaTagAlong 10 | 186    
19 Jul 2012  #8
That sounds like it would be a fun experience! Wish I was Polish enough to do that.
delphiandomine 85 | 16,868    
19 Jul 2012  #9
It's open to anyone who wishes to do it :) No need to be Polish at all...
OP mochadot18 13 | 238    
19 Jul 2012  #10
Well I would def love to do that and maybe get a paying night job or on the weekends I mean I know my parents will give me money.

PolkaTagAlong Exactly it would be i mean i'm in college playing hockey so I have no bills or anything that would hold be back right now. Plus it would be so much fun trying to live on my own.
Meathead 5 | 473    
19 Jul 2012  #11
PolkaTagAlong Exactly it would be i mean i'm in college playing hockey so I have no bills or anything that would hold be back right now. Plus it would be so much fun trying to live on my own.

Just curious but where do you play hockey?
OP mochadot18 13 | 238    
19 Jul 2012  #12
I'll be playing for Adrian College they are D3 and then might see if I can transfer into a D1 school

How expensive is housing??
Meathead 5 | 473    
20 Jul 2012  #13
I'll be playing for Adrian College they are D3 and then might see if I can transfer into a D1 school

Reason I asked I have often watched D1 Women's hockey at UND when visiting my son. It's great cheap tickets, plenty of seating and you get to watch a D1 sport.
OP mochadot18 13 | 238    
20 Jul 2012  #14
Really that's awesome I was supposed to play at Niagara University for their D1 program but it got cut this year.


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