Lu is a Transition Au Pair

Meet Ms. Lu Zhao, a 23 year old native of China! She is looking to match with a Host Family to complete her first year here in the United States. She is available now until May 21, 2013.

Transition au pairs are qualified au pairs who are in the process of changing Host Families. They are already in the country on an assignment which has ended early, and can often be in your home in as little as a couple of weeks.

A little bit about Lu: she is a college graduate, speaks English (ranked 4 of 5) and Mandarin, drives (since 2011), cooks, swims, will place with a family with pets, and is infant certified with at least 900 hours of documented infant care experience.

References have called Lu kind-hearted, optimistic and independent. Could she offer your family a cultural child care experience in 2013?

Lu Zhao

All Au Pairs pass a 17-point screening process, background check, personality profile, speak English (rated 1-5), receive 32 hrs child care training in child development & safety, provide live-in care & perform child-related tasks like meal prep for kids, children’s laundry, cleaning children’s playroom & bedrooms. Full time Au Pairs work up to 45 hours per week for about $343, or up to 30 hrs for $292. Each Au Pair also completes an educational component.

My name is Joan Lowell, the Go Au Pair LAR (Local Area Rep) for Providence, RI. We are accepting families anywhere in the RI, CT, MA region. Please contact me at jlowell@goaupair.com or 401-309-1925 for more information.

Go Au Pair currently has over 300 Au Pairs available out-of-country as well as some in-country; you can review their profiles at www.goaupair.com.

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