Family in East Hanover
What is an Au Pair? Your Questions Answered Question: What is an au pair? Answer: An au pair is a young person from another country, between the ages of 18 and 26. Both male and female, au pairs come to the U.S. to live with American families and provide up to 45 hours/week of in-home Childcare. Au pairs' work schedules can be flexible, changing week to week and including evening or weekend hours, depending on each family's needs. Question: Why would a young person choose to be an au pair? Answer: Au pairs choose the program because of the desire to experience first-hand the American culture, to improve English skills and/or as a gap year between secondary education and university or a permanent job. Question: What are the qualifications to be an au pair? Answer: Au pairs must speak, read and write the English language, must possess a driver's license from their home country, and, most importantly, must have verifiable Childcare experience. In addition, they must successfully complete a screening and orientation, pass a criminal background check, and show proof of good health. Question: How much does this cost? Answer: The cost averages out to about $360/week. Question: How does a family find out about hosting an au pair? Answer: Contact Childcare Consultant Janice by calling or texting 973-647-...
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