Au Pairs introduced their childcare program to local families
Last Wedneday aupairs from Au pair in America introduced their childcare program to families in Brookine at the Emerson Park.
Au pair Vanessa from Germany comments about her stay with Au Pair in America:
“My Au Pair experience so far is awesome. I’m enjoying every minute of it. Living with a host family, experiencing the American way of life, getting to know a different culture is just great. I enjoyed my first year so much that i decided to extend for another year. I like the exchange program because it has so much to offer and I always felt well supported! It gives me the opportunity to improve my English, travel and discover new places and I even got the chance to take classes at an university. I met so many new people during my stay in the US and I found a second family for a lifetime
Karen Mueller, mother of five children in Chestnut Hill told us why she choose this childcare program for her family:
“We chose the au pair option for childcare because it is a very flexible way to get the childcare help we need, and at the same time bring someone into our family to whom the children can look for love and companionship.”
Au Pair in America screens eager and skilled young women between the ages of 18 and 26 from around the world, who will join your family and care for your children during a mutually rewarding, year-long cultural exchange experience. Au Pair in America was the first organization designated by the U.S. Government to offer a legal au pair program. Since 1986, they have placed more than 83,000 au pairs with American host families in 40 states. To learn more about the program in Boston, Brookline, Chestnut Hill, Braintree, Canton, Stoughton, Sharon and North Easton, visit Au Pair in America on the web at www.aupairinamerica.com or contact local counselor Heike Kriszun at 617-650-2565. For more info please also visit my blog at