Let’s face it – families have changed. Which one (or ones) of these family dynamics describes you?
Grandma lives hundreds of miles away and you need help.
The kids in your house outnumber the adults and you are in desperate need an extra set of eyes, ears and hands to keep it all together.
You have a culturally diverse family and want your children to grow up with an appreciation for those things native to their identity.
You have a baby and kids in school and need split shift help.
One (or both) of you travels and leaves the other a single parent for part of each week or month.
You are a single parent with kids all over the place and could use a second adult without the baggage.
No matter your situation, Go Au Pair is the answer. We offer full and part-time options with affordable pricing plans for every family. Either 30 or 45 hours per week includes so much more than childcare and that’s what our cultural childcare experience is all about. Au Pairs are eager, energetic young people with a love of travel and often future plans of a career working with children. They come to live with American Host Families and live the American life for a year while providing flexible and reliable live-in childcare.
Consider Luz, for example, a Mexican Au Pair with both CPR and First Aid certifications. She is a 24 year old Au Pair candidate and Industrial Engineering college student. She speaks fair English and Spanish. She can cook and drive (licensed in Mexico since 12/2009) and doesn’t mind pets. Her ideal Host Family will be a traditional married couple or single mom with kids ages two and up.
Here is a video Luz made for you, her potential hosts:
Previous references say Luz was responsible and on time, always keeping in communication with the mom of the children in her charge. Luz likes running, dancing and watching movies. She wants to take English classes, leadership classes and learn about the American culture in all ways.
Not interested in Mexico but want your kids to learn Spanish? Your Au Pair comes from the country of your choice, from nearly 60 nations! He or she speaks English, rated on a scale of 1-5 by the international representative doing the interview, and is, at minimum, a high school graduate. Our Au Pairs have the skills your family needs, from driving to swimming and cooking and even tutoring, CPR and First Aid. He or she can be a language tutor (and your kids can tutor their Au Pair in American culture), best friend, chauffeur, coach, and so much more!
Register to get started at GoAuPair.com/Providence. Contact me, Joan Lowell, your Go Au Pair Local Area Representative, at 401.309.1925 or firstname.lastname@example.org. I am here to answer your questions about a cultural childcare experience.