What do au pairs learn at Training School?

Sunday, 31 March 2019

When Cultural Care au pairs travel to the U.S. to begin their year, they spend their first four days at the Cultural Care Au Pair Training School, located in New York. This time is an opportunity for au pairs to review child safety and development basics, start speaking English full-time […]

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Brookline Au Pairs meet MA State Representative – Tommy Vitolo

Thursday, 21 March 2019

  Today, a group of au pairs from Brookline met with Honorable State Representative, Tommy Vitolo.    These au pairs represented the countries of Germany, Mexico, Italy, Colombia, and Vietnam.  They were very impressed with Representative Vitolo’s educational resume, his passion for his job and the community, and also with […]

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Au pair for 6 months

Wednesday, 27 February 2019

Hello families. I have a great male au pair in Brookline who wants to extend for 6 months. He will be available on May 14th, but you can interview him any time now. Andre has been taking care of 3 children ages 12, 13 and 16. The kids are now […]

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Interviewing your nanny or au pair

Sunday, 24 February 2019

Many times host families are puzzled on what to ask an au pair during the interview.  They have the experience of interviewing local nannies, but think that an au pair is different because she/he comes from another country, and will be considered part of their family.  They are completely “right”.  […]

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Nanny/au pair Brookline

Thursday, 21 February 2019

As an Au Pair Coordinator my job is to help families with their child care needs.  Many families reached out to me  looking for a nanny, as they use the term nanny and au pair interchangeably.  However there is a difference between the two. Here are the top 5 differences […]

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