Each month Go Au Pair features a different country to share with our families. For the month of April, Go Au Pair honors our Au Pair candidates from Ecuador. Families matching with an Ecuadorian Au Pair during the month of April are eligible for a $100 savings.
Ecuador hosts a population of 13 million, compared to Rhode Island’s just over 1 million. But, considering RI is the smallest state in our nation, give us a break. RI covers just over 1,000 square miles, while Ecuador covers nearly 110,000 square miles. Ecuador has two official languages: Spanish and Quechua (of the indigenous Andean people). Although RI’s only official language is English, about 20% of our citizens speak a language other than English at home.
Let me introduce you to an excellent candidate from our Featured Country, Sarah Melina, a 20 year old college graduate from Ecuador. Sarah speaks English (rated 5 of 5), French and Spanish. She is a licensed driver since 10/2014 and holds both CPR and First Aid certificates.
Infant qualified, Sarah can care for all your children over 12 weeks. She is able to swim and cook and hopes her Host Family doesn’t have cats. Sarah’s ideal Host Family will be a traditional married couple, single mom or gay couple with kids of any age. Here is her current youtube video she made for her Host Family to meet her and her family in Ecuador.
What kinds of things will Sarah do with your kids? She says she loves dancing, shopping, going to concerts, going out with friends, sports, volleyball, swimming, exercising, watching movies, listening to music, singing, reading, playing piano, learning languages, traveling, animals, cooking, and photography. Previous references says Sarah is reliable, friendly, very funny, outgoing and very smart. Maybe your kids need 45 hours a week with someone like Sarah.
My name is Joan Lowell, your Go Au Pair representative in the RI, CT and MA region. Please contact me at 401.309.1925 or firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also register for free at http://www.goaupair.com/providence. As always, there is no cost or obligation unless or until you find your family’s Mutual Match.