More and more American families are living what we might call an International lifestyle. That is, one parent is American while the other is from another part of the world. These families are interested in teaching their children traditions and heritage from both parents. One way they have found is to have a cultural exchange experience with an Au Pair who can provide trained childcare with the language and culture of the non-American parent. We have multicultural families all over the country who have found this unique solution to multiple hurdles families face.
Go Au Pair is your trusted agency for affordable live-in childcare, providing this service to American families since 1989. This month, our Featured Country is Ukraine. Host Families who match with an Au Pair from Ukraine during the month of September will be eligible for a $100 discount off program fees. Here is a qualified candidate from Ukraine who is waiting to hear from your family:
Olha is a 25 year old college graduate (teacher labor training) Infant Qualified Au Pair with First Aid certification in Ukraine. She is available full time for a one-year placement starting in 6 to 8 weeks. She speaks English (rated good, or 4 of 5), Russian and Ukrainian! She says she is self confident, ready to help other people, responsible, kind and sympathetic. She enjoys cooking, dancing, singing, sports and designing clothes. The eldest of three children in her family, Olha can drive (licensed in Ukraine since 1/2016), cook and swim; she hopes you don’t have snakes, reptiles or rodents. She is interested in finding a traditional married couple or single parents of either gender to be her Host Family.
What are you waiting for? Contact me, Joan Lowell, your LAR in RI, CT and MA, by replying here or registering for free at Go Au Pair Providence.Go Au Pair sponsors the Visa and handles all the logistics for you. You get an incredible cultural childcare experience with flexible scheduling like no other form of childcare. You get one price for all your kids, plus your au pair can do all sorts of childcare-related tasks, like driving the kids to/from school, practice or lessons, doing kids’ laundry (that’s huge!), supervising homework and chores, even cooking and cleaning up light meals and snacks!