The Au Pair in America experience provided so much more than we expected. I would absolutely advocate parents to encourage their daughters to embrace the opportunity if possible!
We’re taking a moment to appreciate some of our favorite men and women who are some of the important reasons why we are #InLoveWithAmerica ! 🇺🇸 🤩
Au Pair in America is turning 33! Which is why this week, we’re going all out in celebrating our 33-year-long journey of bringing the world together. We do appreciate that…
Introducing our latest addition to the Au Pair in America blogger team – Isabella from Brazil!
“A couple of months ago, I started my au pair adventure. And each day, I’m feeling more and more sure that I made the right choice.”
As an au pair you get the chance to travel and see different places. And you might even get the chance to travel with your host family! A host family doesn’t need to bring you with them on their vacation. They could travel without their au pair. During that time, the au pair is off and can stay at home relax or travel somewhere else! I was fortunate enough and my host family took me on their trips. In this blog, I will tell you guys about two of my trips with my host family, and I will give you some advice when traveling with your host family.
Meet this month’s Au Pair Buddies of the Month: Bianca and Jennifer from Italy!
“I’m not sure if I want a stay-at-home-mom, I’m afraid that she will look over my shoulder and that I don’t get along with her!” These were my thoughts in the beginning of my application process, before I even had one interview. I think that this a common prejudice and in some cases it can be true. But I also believe that if you choose your family wisely and talk to the family about any concerns you have, it will turn out good for you.
Hi there! Long time no see, but I’m back with an update about my life. A lot has happened since I wrote my last blog post about my travel month and saying goodbye to my host family…
Hey guys… During the baseball season my family needs me a lot on the weekends so I try to use my free weekend as best as possible. Last weekend I went on a trip to New Orleans with two of my closest friends here…
Hi again! I feel like you all got to know me a bit better in my last blog post, both in terms of myself but also my host family. I’m so excited for my life in Boston to begin! But before my departure, I have quite a lot of stuff to do! Some, I have already ticked off of my list, but I thought that in this blog post, I could share one of the bigger things on my to do list; namely my appointment at the American Embassy here in Sweden for my J-1 visa.