Au Pair child care is quickly becoming the nanny alternative. What better way to meet your family’s flexible child care needs and at the same time provide the children an enriching cultural exchange experience! If you already pay for full-time child care of any kind, look into the possibility of hosting an au pair for a year. Give your family a cultural child care experience while sharing your family life with a young person who has dreamed the American dream from afar!
Ms. Xiaoli Li (known as Lily) is a 25 year old native of China who speaks English (rated 5 of 5) & Japanese and is looking to match with a Host Family by July 16th, just in time to get the kids ready for back to school! She herself won track & field and English speech awards in high school. She won a 2nd place scholarship and a 3rd place Novel Reading Contest while at university. With her tutoring and teaching experience, she may be perfect for your kids!
Lily (Xiaoli Li’s nickname) can provide live-in care for all of your children (ages 3 months and up) & perform child care related tasks like meal prep for kids, children’s laundry, cleaning children’s playroom & bedrooms. Lily can even drive your children to/from play dates or summer activities! Since Lily has been an au pair here in the U.S. since April of 2012, she has a state-issued driver’s license and had been driving in China since 2/2011.
According to her references, Lily is an enthusiastic, optimistic, trustworthy, and diligent girl who likes to challenge herself. Lily says she wants to strengthen her independence and communication skills with a different culture. She wants to gain rich experience including education methods in another country, get to know different people, different culture and different areas that widen her horizons. Xiaoli says she enjoys learning foreign languages, reading, movies, sports (pingpong) and hiking.
Xiaoli is a college graduate with CPR and First Aid certifications; she is also infant-qualified with at least 325 hours documented experience with babies in every stage from birth to 24 months. Plus she has experience tutoring, teaching and volunteering with children from 2 years to teenagers! Lily also cooks, will place with a single mom, and is willing to place with a family with pets (except snakes). Xialoi is available to begin a full 9 months with your family on July 16th.
Could your family’s cultural child care experience start with Xiaoli Li? View her online profile free at http://www.goaupair.com/host-families/available-au-pairs/In/Chinese-Au-Pair-Xiaoli-Available-from-Go-Au-Pa .
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