This 26-year-old American teaches English in South Korea—here's her advice to people who want to live and work abroad

This 26-year-old American teaches English in South Korea—here's her advice to people who want to live and work abroad

This 26-year-old American teaches English in South Korea—here's her advice to people who want to live and work abroad In November 2019, Michaela Cricchio, 26, booked a one-way flight to Seoul, South Korea, to teach English abroad. Cricchio first heard about programs to teach English in a foreign country during an international studies class in college. When she couldn't afford to move right after college, she spent a year and a half working on a cruise ship, where she could live rent-free, to save up. After becoming certified to teach English and applying for a work visa, she was off to live on her own for the first time, and in a foreign country where she barely knew the language, no less. "I remember sitting on the plane a year ago for my first year of teaching in South Korea and thinking, 'What am I doing?'" Cricchio recalls. "Now, to actually be here and wake up every morning knowing I'm in a different country and so far away from home, it still hits me sometimes ... I'll realize that this …
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