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We are looking for creative and enterprising Community Representatives who are responsible for major duties essential to an active and effective cultural exchange childcare program. Au Pair Foundation places international au pairs with American families for the purpose of cultural exchange and childcare. This United States Department of State authorized program places primary importance on finding qualified au pairs and families who will benefit from the shared cultural understanding that comes from living and working together. Au Pairs are screened and selected from countries around the world to participate in a 12-month program during which they provide up to 45-hours a week of childcare in exchange for room, board, international roundtrip airfare and a weekly stipend.
Host Family Selection and Orientation
Cross Cultural Communication and Counseling
Skills and Abilities
Special Environmental Factors
Compensation and Benefits
Compensation on a per family basis.Training is provided and incentives are available.
How to Apply
If you are interested in becoming a member of the Au Pair Foundation family, please e-mail a resume and cover letter to:
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