Perhaps you are interested in this young lady available within two weeks! She can provide a cultural child care experience for the next five months, and beyond if you both agree!
Jingjing from China — age 21—is a college graduate available to work full time with a family with children ages 3 months and up, from July 16th until January 5, 2014, when she will be eligible to extend for another 6, 9 or 12 months. She can be there for the flexible child care hours you need, and help you out with kids’ laundry, light meal prep, keeping kids’ rooms and play spaces clean, and even driving them to activities or helping with homework!
She says of this new cultural exchange experience, “For me, the attractive point of Au Pair program is the opportunity of improving my English and learning more things about American culture. I can make friends with people all over the world and see the world at same time, I will become more independent than before. But the most important reason is I love children and it not only can offer me the opportunity to get along with kids, but also I can learn the differences between Chinese kids and American children by myself.” She also calls herself an outgoing and independent girl who is also honest and warm-hearted.
Jingjing says she enjoys sports; jogging, bicycling, playing tennis, pingpong and swimming are her hobbies. She also loves watching movies and is fond of music. Does that sound like someone who might fit into your family?
Jingjing has over 1,300 hours of documented experience caring for children under age two, as well as older kids! She would prefer to find a host family with children anywhere from infants to pre-teens. Jingjing speaks English (ranked 3 of 5) & Mandarin! She also skis, swims, cooks & will place with a single mom or a family with pets.
View her online profile at http://www.goaupair.com/host-families/available-au-pairs/In/Chinese-Au-Pair-Jingjing-Available-from-Go-Au
or see her on youtube Meet Jingjing Wang, your next Au Pair from China!
Jingjing is an experienced driver, as she has had her license since 1/2011, driving often in China before coming to au pair for an American family this past January. She even has experience driving in snow!
Jingjing has been called an outgoing, optimistic, warm-hearted girl who is friendly to everyone around her. Maybe she can offer your family a cultural childcare experience this year. She can start within a couple of weeks!
Do you want to provide your children a fantastic child care experience in their own home? Feel like you prefer the safety and support of using an agency? Did you know? The U.S. Dept. of State regulates the Au Pair Program for cultural exchange visitors; Go Au Pair sponsors the Visa & handles all paperwork & logistics for you, adding stability & consistency for all involved.
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