Once you are accepted by Au Pair Care, your application, photos and video will made available in Au Pair Care's online matching system, allowing host families to learn about your background, childcare skills and preferences. Interested host families will contact you to conduct a phone interview.
During the telephone interview, the family will introduce themselves and provide you with information about their children, childcare needs, lifestyle and their community. You will have an opportunity to tell the family about yourself and why you want to be an au pair in the USA. You may interview one family or several to find a compatible family. Once you and the host family have selected each other, Au Pair Care will make all the arrangements needed to facilitate your arrival to the United States.
Au Pair Care is part of the Intrax family of organizations that provide a lifetime of high quality educational, work, and volunteer programs that connect people and cultures, with operations in more than 100 countries worldwide.
Au Pair Care’s proprietary Infant Specialized Training utilizes a hands-on approach to train au pairs in infant safety, the “American way” of infant care giving, infant stimulation and development. Infant Specialized au pairs are certified in infant CPR and first aid by the American Heart Association and also receive instruction in infant sign language and baby massage. This additional infant care training will help nurture your baby's healthy growth and encourage language development.