When an au pair completes a year of service successfully, everyone celebrates the achievement! On our website, we currently have three au pairs who will successfully complete their first year in April and are looking to maximize their cultural exchange experience by matching with a new Host Family for a second year of service. Camila Camargo is one of these success stories.
Camila Carmargo is a 27 year old native of Brazil, speaks English (rated 4 of 5) and Portuguese, and is looking to match with a Host Family right by mid-April. She has had some college, and she drives (since 2004), cooks, and will place with a family with pets. Camila is available to begin her second year with your family on April 21st for 12 months.
References have called Camila responsible, sweet, helpful and calm.
Could your family’s cultural child care experience start with Camila?
The U.S. Department of State oversees and regulates the Au Pair Program, making it fair and consistent for both families and au pairs. It comprises of cultural exchange with childcare and educational components. All Au Pairs pass a 17-point screening process including background check & personality profile, speak English (rated 1-5), receive 32 hours child care training in child development & safety, provide live-in care for children & perform child care 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 & the total cost to you is about $343, or only $292 for a 30 hour part time Au Pair. Each Au Pair completes college credits determined by their program participation.
My name is Joan Lowell; I am 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 firstname.lastname@example.org or 401-309-1925 for more information.