Following Your Passion

If you have a talent and passion, you need not leave it back home with your family during your Au Pair experience! Volunteering is always welcome in the US, whether you are packing lunches, reading books, cleaning the river or being an assistant trainer, Pernille has chosen a fantastic way to spend some of her free time.

Pernille, our Au pair in Vero Beach, FL, is volunteering her time coaching and training the Lady Indians soccer team at the local high school. She is clearly a valuable addition to the team that has made it to the regional final championship.


Featured Au Pairs

~ Julian ~

Julian is a 23 year old from Cleveland who is looking to become an au pair for 6 – 12 months in Los Angeles. Julian is an American Au Pair. He has experience working as a camp counsellor, babysitter, and coach. In his spare time, he enjoys reading, cooking, and lifting weights.

~ Jasmin ~

Jasmin is a 23 year old from Colombia who is speaks Spanish and English. She is looking to extend with a new host family. She has experience caring for children between the ages of 3 through 15. In her spare time, Jasmin enjoys reading, drawing, and dancing.

~ Yocelin ~

Yocelin is a 26 year old from Guatemala who speaks Spanish and English. She has experience caring for children between the ages of 2 through 15 years old. Yocelin is an English Teacher and is currently working on her Masters Degree. In her spare time, Yocelin enjoys karaoke and swimming.

These are just three of our featured au pairs! We showcase more of our featured au pairs on our website. We have hundreds of great applicants available for placement.


Exceptions to the Rule

Agent Au Pair is continuing to have success with families applying for the exception. There are seven exceptions that were announced for the Presidential Proclamation. If you think your family falls within the criteria for an exception, please contact us at +1 (415) 376-0202.

Please understand, that an exception doesn’t guarantee approval for your au pair candidate’s visa.


Au Pair Burnout Is Real

COVID has created a strain on all of us. This month we received a high volume of feedback from au pairs who are feeling overwhelmed and underappreciated.

We put together some tips from au pairs that can help you boost morale and help make your au pair feel appreciated, supported, and loved. Together we can support your au pair and give them the boost they need to successfully complete their program and avoid any gaps of childcare coverage in your home.


Practicing English At Home

Are you looking for ways to improve your English? Check out these tips for practicing at home:

1. Have meaningful conversations with your host family everyday.

2. Read children’s picture books out loud to your host kids.

3. Watch American TV and movies with the captions on.


Questions? Contact us today!

[email protected] | +1 (415) 376-0202

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