When you host an Au Pair, you invite a cultural experience into your home! What all-American cultural activities could your family offer a young foreigner? Au Pairs are 18-26 year old adventurers who come to live with your family for a year or more, all while they provide you with flexible, live-in childcare and you provide them room, board and some good old-fashioned American culture.
This summer, Rhode Island has so much to offer! Our group has already visited Roger Williams Park Zoo, hiked the scenic Newport Cliff Walk, and next weekend we will see what downtown has to offer as we attend world-famous WaterFire Providence! Our family has also had cook-out/barbecues, been to swimming lessons, signed up for summer reading, gone berry-picking, made jam, started gymnastics class and dance class! Hopefully, our local Host Families and Au Pairs will take advantage of all our little state, and our neighbors, has to offer.
Just last weekend, America celebrated its 139th birthday! Were you able to attend one of our Fourth of July parades? My hometown of Glocester holds a road race the morning of the 4th each year and our Ancients & Horribles parade starts at 4pm. The oldest parade in the country is in Bristol, Rhode Island (established 1785) and is as great a tradition as it gets.
My name is Joan Lowell, your Local Area Representative in the Rhode Island area. Contact me with your questions about how your family can have a cultural childcare experience with Go Au Pair. Call me at 401.309.1925 or message me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I look forward to helping your family find a great match from our over 300 available Au Pairs.
Happy holidays to all our Host Families and Au Pairs, past and present!