Learn Brazilian culture with a Brazilian Au Pair!

Hosting a Brazilian Au Pair in Host Family home will bring an opportunity to learn the rich Brazilian culture and Portuguese language!
Read Au Pair Diary, that  Juliana Gasbarra, a former Au Pair from Brazil wrote about Brazil and a wonderful experience being an Au Pair in America . Juliana is from Sao Paulo, Brazil and was an Au Pair from Go Au Pair in Langhorne, Bucks County, PA.

Juliana  graduated in Journalism from Universidade Anhembi Morumbi, she loves to read, listen to music and write.
Juliana shared about many special events , like The Au Pair’s Holiday partyA Brazilian Festival in Philly!, exploring new places  Trip to Philly and experiencing a Thanksgiving celebration for the first time My First Thanksgiving.
Juliana's body
Juliana had a busy life working, studying, meeting new friends and traveling My busy but fun life as an Au Pair and she was busy Teaching Portuguese to Host kids!

Juliana's kids

She also wrote about her native country My beautiful Brazil, Lindo maravilhosa! and unforgettable time with her host family An amazing Christmas and New Year with my Host Family!
Her host family was very happy with childcare and the Au Pair program experience that they got. The family and the kids really love Juliana. They  keep in touch and plan to visit each other.

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If you think about spending unforgettable year learning about Brazil, Go Au Pair has many experienced Brazilian Au Pairs.
Source. Wikipedia Cidade de Sao Paulo (2)

In honor of Go Au Pair featured country, families who match with an Au Pair from Brazil in May Go Au Pair agency offered a $100 off the program fees.

2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. selectaupairs1
    May 20, 2013 @ 08:43:42

    Brazil is a country with diversity. It would be great if we would be able to provide au pairs from Brazil to the families.

    Reply

  2. Trackback: Au Pair – Perguntas para a “family” | Kelts School

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