Would you love to host an Au Pair from Colombia? Do you need childcare immediately, like this week? Does the idea of a cultural childcare experience sound appealing to you and your child or children? Johana is an au pair from Colombia who would love to join your family! Check out her youtube video:
My name is Joan Lowell and I am the Local Area Representative for Go Au Pair in Providence, RI. Johana is one of our available au pairs. She is a 25 year old college student with both CPR and First Aid certification! She is available to stay with your family and provide flexible, live-in childcare from the first week of February into September. That is 45 hours per week, not more than 10 hours per day, for less than the cost of a nanny or full time day care!
Johana considers herself a responsible, active and sociable person. She enjoys reading, visiting museums, watching movies, photography, swimming, healthy eating, shopping, social networking, painting and writing/drawing. Maybe your children would enjoy spending time with such an artistic person. She can also cook and swim, if those are important skills for your family’s needs. Johana is also willing to place with a married couple or a single mom.
Previous references say Johana is a collaborative person who enjoys working with children. She also aspires to be a teacher one day, and would love to gain experience and knowledge of the American culture and traditions. Johana speaks English (rated 4 of 5) and Spanish, but would love to improve her conversational skills and even teach your kids some Spanish!
Why not register today so you can get started right away? Visit Go Au Pair, no matter what city you call home, at http://www.goaupair.com and start your Host Family Application. If you have specific questions, call me, your Local Area Rep, at 401.309.1925 or message me at email@example.com. I have personally met and spoken with Johana and can tell you she is a sincerely lovely young lady who strongly desires to successfully complete her year as an au pair with Go Au Pair. Won’t you help her learn from your family?