Ive been to Wroclaw two times already and first of all my girlfriend is not polish, or a stupid polish as you said.
So, why is she getting you to come to Poland, despite the fact that you're young, unqualified and very likely to end up working as nothing more than a disposable slave in Poland?
If she had your best interests in heart, she'd tell you to go to college in the United States and get a degree that's actually worth something, rather than a worthless piece of paper from a "Higher School" in a poor EU country.
Second of all, why do you live in Poland if you hate Polish people so much and stereotype them so quickly.
We know the type, because we live here. I've seen several examples myself of where foreign guys have came here, full of optimism - only to get beaten down repeatedly and end up leaving because they simply can't make ends meet. We also know what Polish families (especially mothers in law) are like - overbearing would be the magic word.
You obviously have a horrible life if your sitting on polish forums all day talking **** about people.
It's a nice distraction while my brain rots from endless Polish educational psycho-babble. Deadlines, deadlines...sigh.
I know its not gonna be easy but beginnings are never easy and i never expected to be making alot at the beginning because my fiancee's parents are going to help me out
Trust me, and I mean this - do not rely on them. They may help you in the beginning, but when they start to expect you to do things such as have a nice family dinner while you're absolutely shattered during a split-shift from hell (for instance, 7am-10am, then 3pm to 9pm) - you'll soon see the ugly side. It'll be great in the beginning, sure - but what are you gonna do when they expect you to start looking after their daughter properly?
but i was hoping to get some help in starting off.
The best help you can get is from yourself - stay in the US and get a degree there. I mean it - a Polish degree from a dodgy private university simply won't do anything for you in the long run - in Poland or abroad. The employment situation post-degree for graduates of private universities is dire - for instance, a degree from this WSF place won't be regarded as 'good' by anyone in Poland or elsewhere.
Im sorry im not as worried about money as much as other people
You might not be now, but what about later? Wroclaw's not a cheap place for property at all - do you really see yourself living with her parents for several years, or living in a cramped flat with other people when you could be living in a decent sized property in the US?
i just want to be able to obtain a decent paying job later down the road.
Listen to what Dommie says. What he (I assume he?) says is so, so true - plenty have done the same as you, and plenty have failed. If you really want to move here, then find a job in a small town where they'll treat you like a king - there's plenty of those jobs about.
How old are you, kid? Poland has huge problems with reverse ageism - anyone under the age of 25 or so will be seen immediately as "young" and treated as such.
her father is a mechanic and he mother works as an accountant. Their not rich but they make enough money to live a comfortable life in the center of wroclaw (near rynek) and they are always helping people financially. Her mother has a very good relationship with her boss and he gets work permits for her family when they come to wroclaw to work, so she said i should be able to get the work permit quite easily
The work permit is an irrelevance - it's only valid for one job - as the employer applies for the work permit, not the employee. You'll have to get a work permit for every single job - and the amount of schools that will hire non-EU citizens is decreasing and decreasing.
As for them living in the centre of Wroclaw - that means you'll be living in a flat with them? Trust me - that's not going to be a nice living arrangement. It's a recipe for disaster - what if you have an argument with them? What are you going to do when your attitudes clash (as they will?).