Agent Au Pair is an award winning U.S. Department of State Designated Au Pair Program that promotes educational and cultural exchange. We pride ourselves on taking the time to get to know our host families on a personal level, ensuring that our matching is on target for each family’s individual needs. Au Pairs provide up to 45 hours of childcare per week for a weekly cost of approximately $375.
Join us in creating cards to spread hope, joy & magic to hospitalized kids!
In honor of April being National Volunteer Month, Agent Au Pair is inviting Local Coordinators, Au Pairs and Host Families to participate in our annual Cards for Hospitalized Kids (CFHK) volunteer project nationwide from the comforts of your home!
CFHK is an internationally recognized charitable organization that spreads hope, joy, and magic to hospitalized kids across America through uplifting, handmade cards.
Tax Information for Au Pairs
Au Pairs, did you know that if you were in the US and earned income between January 1st – December 31st, 2021 you are required to file taxes this year?
The filing deadline for the 2021 tax year is Monday April 18, 2022.
Click the button below for information on taxes!
Oops! How to Handle Mistakes and Mishaps
As much as we love our Au Pair Sofi and as much as she loves us we’re all human and mistakes DO happen!
Tips For Managing Problems between Host Families and Au Pairs:
- Set Expectations
- Communicate Boundaries
- Always Address the “Little Things”
- See the Other Side
- Be Kind and Understanding
Click the button below to read more about common mistakes and tips for managing problems during your program!
~ Lourdes ~
Lourdes is an 18 year old from Argentina. She speaks Spanish and English. She has experience caring for children between the ages of 1 through 14 years old. She gained her experience working as a nanny for five different families. In her spare time, Lourdes enjoys sports, reading, and music.
~ Yamileth ~
Yamileth is a 24 year old from Mexico. She speaks Spanish and English. She has experience caring for children between the ages of 1 through 14 years old. She gained her experience working as a babysitter for three families. In her spare time, Yamileth enjoys going out for coffee, TV, and going for walks.
~ Lika ~
Lika is a 23 year old from Georgia. She speaks Georgian and English. She has experience caring for children between the ages of 1 through 15 years old. She gained her experience working as a babysitter, a nanny, and interning at a kindergarten. In her spare time, Lika enjoys reading and playing the piano.
These are just three of our featured au pairs! We showcase more available au pairs on our website. We have hundreds of great applicants available for placement.
Taking on the Big Sister Role
Nasrin continues to adjust well to our unpredictable and chaotically fun family setting. She has managed to get our youngest Alina to take regular naps again. We coined her the “toddler whisperer”. What is great is Nasrin refers to herself as a big kid and tends to structure her activities around fun and innovative things for Liliya and Alina to enjoy. Josh and I are very happy to see she has taken on this “big sister” role to the girls. She does the most amazing hairstyles on the girls. They are always camera ready!
Click the button below to keep reading Jamie’s blog post “Taking on the Big Sister Role”!
Featured Local Coordinator
Ruth from Orono, Maine
I am happy to be back with the company as a local coordinator and teacher for Au Pair School. As an avid traveller, being an LC is a great fit as this position allows me to interact with young people from all over the world.
I love being able to help Au Pairs experience Maine. My background is in education and educational leadership. I was a teacher, school principal and district administrator.
Become a Local Coordinator with Agent Au Pair!
We are growing our Local Coordinator Network and are actively seeking individuals who are passionate about cultural exchange to join our team! Local Coordinators work part-time from home; supplementing their income supporting host families and Au Pairs during their program year. They are responsible to ensure the well-being of the exchange visitor as trusted mentors and provide top-notch client services to their host families while upholding program rules and regulations!
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