What does the Au Pair program teach the kids?

The Au Pair  program promotes cultural exchange and make a difference in the lives of children. Go Au Pair recruits Au Pairs from over 60 different countries. Right now there are Brazilian Au PairsChinese Au PairsColombian Au PairsSalvadorian Au PairsEcuadorian Au PairsPanamanian Au PairsSouth African Au PairsMexican Au Pairs, Cameroonian Au Pair  in the Philadelphia , NJ cluster.


The Au Pair offers an opportunity to learn a new language, culture and make friends all over the world.  Here are even  more benefits that the Au Pair program gives to the kids.

The Au Pairs program teaches kids to respect cultural diversity. Many Au Pairs follow a different set of norms and behaviors.  Kids learn to respect their differences,  welcome them and be flexible.

The Au Pairs program teaches kids to accept the differences. Au Pairs help them to learn about  different  customs and traditions and appreciate those differences.


The Au Pair program teaches kids the tolerance and mutual understanding. Kids will be more likely to embrace differences and see the value in others.

 The Au Pairs program teaches the kids many things that help their personal growth and becoming a responsible citizen of the world.


2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Au Pair
    May 08, 2013 @ 09:22:56

    It makes a big difference in the life of kids through the au pair. Au pair plays a role of parents in the life of kid. So as per my view, Au pair program is best teacher parallel to school by which our children get a good knowledge.


  2. Walter Clark
    May 24, 2013 @ 14:46:42

    Life is chaotic – juggling kids, work, personal life and relationships is no easy feat. It takes a village as we all know so well. Despite returning to work full time, my wife and I were adamant about raising our sons in a home environment as if we were present and with them at all times. The only way we felt we could somehow simulate this environment for our boys was to have someone who was part of our family take good care of our boys. For quite some time, each set of our parents (boys’ grandparents) would take turns flying from the East Coast to the West Coast and stay with us for months to help take care of our boys. We quickly realized, however, that this was neither sustainable nor practical to meet our long term needs and objectives. After doing an extensive amount of research and talking to a few friends, we discovered the world of au pairs. While at first we were very reluctant to the idea of hosting an au pair as we felt it would be a significant intrusion on our and our boys’ lives, we warmed up to it as we realized that this was a way in which we could still fulfill our desire to have our sons taken care of by a “family member” in a loving and supportive home environment.


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