A brief run-down of what an au pair can do for your family: 1. Provide childcare, up to 45 hours per week. 2. Prepare meals for your children. 3. Help with the children’s laundry. 4. Do light housekeeping – picking up toys, keeping children’s rooms neat. 5. Age […]
Beatriz is a 23 year old au pair from Venezuela. She’s currently in the US and is available for a summer position. She is experienced with children ages 0-8. “Summer only” au pairs are difficult to find. Contact me ASAP if you’re interested in speaking with her!
1. Family-oriented In Colombian culture, family plays a main role. Young people are very attached to their families and it is very common for a young woman to live with her family until she gets married or gets a job in a different city. A host family can expect a […]
Although many people use the terms au pair and nanny interchangeably, there are important differences between these two types of caregivers. Here are the top 5 differences between an au pair and a nanny: Au pairs are, by definition, young people from overseas who travel legally to the U.S.to care […]
Carina is a 24 year old woman who is currently living in Boston, MA where she has cared for 4 children (including 2 year old triplets!) for the past year. She has chosen to extend her US Visa for an additional 9 months and would love to experience more of […]