Tereza is a 21-year-old au pair from the Czech Republic. She is an avid rock climber and lover of horses. She loves cooking and traveling and has experience as a camp counselor, babysitting, and watching her two younger siblings. She is an avid swimmer and drives regularly. Tereza is excited to find a host family by March 2020. She is looking for a family with children over the age of 2 years of age.
Au Pair Childcare is a meaningful way for an au pair to gain insight into American life. While your au pair is providing loving, consistent, and trustworthy childcare to your children, your family will receive many positive and heartwarming benefits from the cultural exchange. To learn more about the benefits of this unique childcare option, visit this link Au Pair Childcare Is So Much More…
To register, go to www.culturalcare.com/jmorrow.
It is important to find childcare that will work best with your family’s lifestyle, budget, and schedule. Our au pair childcare and cultural exchange program offers your family-flexible, live-in childcare with an international perspective. Your au pair lives with you as a member of your family, and your children benefit from personalized and consistent care in the comfort of your own home. Here are some important items to note.
- Au pairs are young people from overseas who travel legally to the U.S. to care for children on a cultural exchange visa.
- The U.S. Department of State regulates Au pair working conditions, so there are rules that must be followed.
- An au pair can work up to (but no more than) 45 hours a week, 10 hours per day.
- Au Pairs are paid a set weekly stipend of $195.75, as dictated by the U.S. Department of State.
- Many au pairs have hundreds, even thousands, of hours of experience as babysitters, tutors, kindergarten assistants, camp counselors, and sports instructors.
- Our agency does not recruit using third-party recruiters or agents.
- Our au pairs are First Aid and CPR certified by the American Red Cross as soon as they arrive from their home countries.
- They have their own health insurance and international driver’s license.
- There are tax benefits, too! I can send you more information on specific tax incentives if you would like!
- The opportunity to expose your family to a new language and culture and to share the American culture! Maybe select a candidate that has a background in a specific language, like French or Spanish, so that they can teach your kids. As a host family, you will be welcoming an au pair – who becomes an extended family member—into your home. It means relying on her to provide trusted care for your children and helping with household duties, and in exchange, providing a private room and setting a place at the dinner table for her each night.
I look forward to sharing this childcare option with you! Please register on my site, and I’ll be able to work with you directly from start to end!
Jennifer Morrow, Childcare Consultant
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Thursday, 21 November 2019 5:47 PM