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.
Host Family & Au Pair of the Year Contest!
Agent Au Pair is excited to celebrate the incredible au pairs and host families on our program! This is your opportunity to share your experience and tell us about your host family or au pair! Nominations must be submitted by Friday, December 30th, 2022.
Au Pairs: This is your opportunity to share your favorite stories from your program! Tell us about your experience with your host family and why they deserve to be nominated.
Host Families: This is your opportunity to share your story! Tell us how your au pair has impacted your family and why they deserve to be nominated.
Introducing our Hybrid Monthly Meeting Model for 2023
Agent Au Pair is excited to announce that we will be bringing back in-person au pair meetings with a new hybrid au pair monthly meeting model starting in January 2023!
Au Pairs will participate in a combination of in-person and virtual meetings to fulfill their monthly meeting requirement with their Local Coordinator.
International Au Pair Day
By annually celebrating together, we hope to:
- Raise the profile and visibility of au pairs, and legal au pair programs, around the world
- Recognize and thank au pairs for what they do for host families and their children and for the part they play in fostering global understanding
- Unite the au pair community
Available Au Pairs
~ Constanza ~
Constanza is a 25 year old from Argentina. She has experience caring for children between the ages of newborn through 15 years old. She gained her experience working as a nanny and a babysitter for two families. She has had her driver’s license since August 2017. In her spare time, Constanza enjoys practicing Crossfit, Running, and listening to music.
~ Mariah ~
Mariah is a 25 year old from Guatemala. She speaks Spanish and English. She has experience caring for children between the ages of newborn through 15 years old. She gained her experience babysitting, interning at a kindergarten, and worked with a group of children. She has had her drivers license since January 2014. In her spare time, Mariah enjoys playing the flute, dancing, and crafts.
These are just two of our featured au pairs! We showcase more available au pairs on our website. We have hundreds of great applicants available for placement.
Host Mom Blog
Volunteering at the NYC Marathon
The Department of States has been coordinating many different volunteer events for J-1 Visa holders and NYC Marathon was one of them. Our au pair Camila and I were lucky enough to be volunteering at the Marathon at the fluid station to help and to cheer for the runners! It was quite an experience for both of us!
Tips For The First 30 Days With Your Au Pair
There are so many logistical issues host families and au pairs need to conquer within the first two months of your program year. From getting a social security number, to helping your au pair get their drivers’ license, host families and au pairs need to allow for some flexibility and a lot of wait time! Check out our family tips for your first two months!
Host Parent Appreciation Dinner in Washington, DC
While on a business trip in Washington, DC, Jodi Erricson, President, and Dawn Habada Albanese, Vice President hosted a special dinner with some of our host parents to show their appreciation and to say thank you for choosing Agent Au Pair. The evening gave hosts a chance to meet with each other, exchange stories and share hosting tips.
Featured Local CoordinatorEmily Back from Buffalo, NY
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!