Go Au Pair honors a different country each month. We value quality your cultural childcare experiences and we value you. Match with an Au Pair candidate from France during the month of January and receive $100 off program fees. The term “au pair’ comes from the French language, meaning “on an equal par.” What better country to start off 2017? Go Au Pair challenges you to share the French language and culture with your family, starting this month!
My name is Joan Lowell and I am the Go Au Pair LAR (Local Area Representative) for the Providence and surrounding area. We are accepting families anywhere in the RI, CT, MA region. Please contact me for more information about Au Pair childcare.
Here are some tres bons candidats, or very good candidates, from Go Au Pair’s Featured Country of January:
Willing to work full or part time, 21 year old French Au Pair Anna speaks very good English (rated 5 of 5) and French.
Anna is Infant Qualified with nearly 800 hours of documented care for children under age two. If you have a baby, toddlers, kids in school, teens, Anna is there for you.
She can care for all your kids for one price!
Anna can drive (licensed in France since 9/2011), ski, swim, cook and considers herself a good listener.
Willing to place with just about any dynamic type of American family with kids ages 3 months and up, Anna is waiting to hear from you.
Prefer someone with First Aid training for added peace of mind while you’re working? Consider 24 year old Lisa from France.
Lisa is available full time for a family with kids ages 2 to teens, starting within a month or two.
Lisa speaks fair English (rated 3 of 5) and of course, French. She is eager to teach and learn as a member of your family.
Lisa is very open to any type of American Host Family, including traditional married couples, single parents of either gender, or even gay or lesbian couples who need flexible and reliable childcare.
Previous references say Lisa has a jovial and gentle character. Lisa says she is cheerful, patient and likes to learn new things.
Lisa is a high school graduate, can swim, cook, drive (licensed in France since 7/2016) and doesn’t mind what kind of pets your family keeps. Maybe she’s a great match for your family!
How about someone with CPR certification and a positive attitude with initiative of her own? That’s Romane Elisabeth you’re looking for!
She says she is the glass-is-half-full kind of person who enjoys playing the piano, reading and running. References call her kind and open-minded. How is that for a match with you and your kids?
Romane Elisabeth speaks fair English (rated 3 of 5), holds CPR certification in France, is a licensed driver there (since 4/2012) and can ski, swim, cook and start full time in your family in a month or two.
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.