The Au Pair meeting in the Masonic Temple, Philadelphia

Enjoy reading the post of Au Pair Christine from China.au-pair-chinaI am Christine from China. To be honest, I am so blessed for being an Au Pair with Go Au Pair agency and my host family. Not only I can experience American and various cultures, but also I can learn how to be independent and mature. I think everyone has their own thoughts about being an aupair, in spite of that, this tremendous experience won’t let us down.go-au-pair-philadelphiaWhen it comes the fancy activities which held each month for Au Pairs from Go Au Pair in the Philadelphia, Bucks County and NJ area, it is another experience and adventure.masonic-templeLast Saturday we went to the Masonic Temple together with Aupair folks. The building is fantastic and was built 150 years ago. I couldn’t remember the names of prestigious architects and designers and history of the amazing artworks inside the building, but I do clearly remember every Au Pair I met on that day.masonic-temple-2I am sort of bad at remembering people’s name. However, I can speak up the name of most of my new Au Pairs friends after last meeting. I met Au Pairs from Argentina, S. Africa, Ecuador, Brazil, Colombia, Peru, Germany, Ukraine and, of course, from China.masonic-temple-3What also made me impressed was Au Pair Dani from Colombia who just arrived in Philadelphia a few days ago, perhaps she was still having a jet-lag problem, but she came to the meeting with us showing her enthusiasm!au-pair-philadelphia

In a few words, I  learned something new from the meeting and  made many international friends as well. That is why I never miss out the meeting. It also why I am looking forward to meeting you guys next time on March 19, 2017 at Brunswick Zone XL!

WHY BE AN AU PAIR?

Nita, our former Au Pair from South Africa wrote a wonderful post and today I will share a little of it with you.

Nita is very active, she volunteered with the Au Pair friends many times, made a lot of friends and became a buddy to a few Au Pairs. She had an exciting year full of adventures and events. She traveled and explored new places and got very many opportunities with being an Au Pair. Nita met and made international friends with Au Pairs from Germany, Australia, Colombia,  etc

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Nita declared a new definition of an Au Pair. According to Nita, “An au pair is a girl, or boy whatever the gender who is not afraid to leave their home and country to travel another country living with a foreign “soon to be your second family” and being on an endless journey.”au pair from S. Africa Tania 4Nita said that  Au Pair means “ADVENTURE, TRAVEL, EXCITEMENT.Why even consider being an Au Pair? Well, I say: “Why not?” This will probably be the most exciting year of your life. I can not think of one reason you should not grasp this opportunity if you have an open window whatsoever. It is a low priced opportunity in not only traveling but to find yourself along the way.”

She also said, “People think you are throwing those years away, negative. You are gaining years, not losing. At first I was terrified that I would lack behind of all my friends, they might move up in life, getting experiences I might never get to witness first hand. But not only did I kick rock bottoms ass, I got a second chance in life and have this journey to thank for making me more wise as a human being.”

Read more why Nita considered being an Au Pair

 

An International Volunteer Day 2013: YOUNG.GLOBAL.ACTIVE.

December 5 was designated as an International Volunteer Day (IVD) by the United Nations in 1985 to celebrate the power of volunteering.  An International Volunteer Day has been celebrated around the world. The slogan of the International Volunteer Day 2013 is Young. Global. Active. tagline_ENG

According to VOLUNTEER ACTION COUNTS campaign, ” On International Volunteer Day (IVD) 2013, we not only celebrate and recognize volunteerism in all its facets – but pay special tribute to the contribution of youth volunteers in global peace and sustainable human development. For IVD 2013 we celebrate globally that young people act as the agents of change in their communities. On 5 December, 2013 join us in recognizing all volunteers’ commitment and applaud hundreds of millions of people who volunteer to make the world a better place.”

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There’s no better way to celebrate the power of volunteering than to volunteer! Two weeks ago a group of the Au Pairs from Go Au Pair volunteered at the Philadelphia Marathon and helped raise funds for the American Cancer Society.

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“Young. Global. Active.” was the best description of our volunteering team- the group of the passionate and energetic Au Pairs from Brazil, China, Colombia, Salvador, Ecuador, Germany, Panama, South Africa, Mexic0, France, Spain and Cameroon. Go Au Pair agency helps the Au Pairs have the best cultural exchange experience during the Au Pair program. Many Au Pairs are very enthusiastic and motivated to change the world for the better. The marathon was where the Au Pairs had an opportunity to start.

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Monica, an Au Pair from Colombia, shared her volunteer experience, “It’s unbelievable how you give a little bit of your time to others, and they can give you so much energy and so much happiness.”

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VOLUNTEER ACTION COUNTS  invite all volunteers—present, past and future to show the world- volunteering matters.

Please share your stories – Your action counts.

Connect with Au Pair Sis.

The Au Pair Sis is looking forward to organizing fun activities to do together with her. If you are still not connected with Janine Au Pair Sis, just send her a request on facebook.

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Au Pair Sis  is doing many interesting activities. She has her personal very informative Au Pair Sis blog on the Go Au Pair website. The Au Pairs can Join the Book Club and participate at Book of the Month Event on Facebook.

The Au Pair Sis is also a former personal trainer and helps Au Pairs to explore the world of fitness. Au Pairs can exercise alone, with friends, or kids. The Au Pair Sis often posts new challenges on Fitness for Au Pairs and Fitness for Kids.  If Au Pairs want to try new challenges from China or Ecuador, they can check Foreign Fitness.

There are so many international Games and Crafts  that Au Pairs Sis updates on her blog and Au Pairs can also can learn new games, crafts, and new recipes from Pinterest.

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Au Pairs can learn about Au Pair Experiences from watching  videos. Host families and Au Pairs like to watch movies about Cultural Differences.

My personal favorite is learning to cook international dishes. There are so very many recipes that Au Pairs from Colombia, Ecuador, El Salvador, Perú, China, Mexico, Germany, Filipines, and Poland shared with the Au Pair community at Go Au Pair Cookbook.Colombian Au Pair recipe

The Au Pair Sis also recorded many educational movies,  please check out her tutorials.

Make a new friend with Au Pair Sister on Facebook.  You can have fun together with the Au Pair Sis and her hundreds of Au Pairs friends.

40,000 views on Go Au Pair blog.

Hello World!

Thanks so much for stopping at my blog, the place where I can share my great experience working as a Local Area Representative for Go Au Pair

Today I reached 40,000 page views of my blog! I’m excited to receive this many page views.

I hope that my blog is helpful for Host Families, Au Pairs. My blog contains 29 pages and 208 posts. I recently added a new page Popular posts where you can see the most readable posts on my blog. You may have noticed that I created the sidebar with The Host family Library and The Au Pair Library for my readers’ references.

Most of my readers are from the USA: Pennsylvania, New Jersey, California, New York, Utah and Virginia, and also from 125 countries around the world.  Of course, many readers are my former Au Pairs from Colombia, Germany, Brazil, South Africa and China.

I enjoy my job. Host families from my cluster notice that I provide high quality services and resources to ensure that my host families receive individualized attention: “I personally had very good experience with Go Au Pair local area representative for this area ( Philadelphia , NJ). Read Go Au Pair Host Family testimonials.

We do many things together with Au Pairs from my cluster, exploring the interesting  places, organizing parties, volunteering. You can find a lot of information about Au Pairs from Go Au Pair from the Philadelphia, Bucks County and NJ area on this blog: read different  posts, see our photos and watch the videos.
If you are reading this blog for the first time welcome to Au Pair world!
Thanks for checking out my blog  and I hope you’ll return soon!

How did you find Go Au Pair blog?

Hi, my dear reader.

How are you doing today? Where are you from? How did you find Go Au Pair blog?  Do you follow this blog or is this your first time reading it? Do you like my blog? What is your favorite post? What’s bring you there?

Where are you from?

Are you from the United States or do you live in other countries?  Majority of my readers -56% -are not from the USA,  they are from 125 others countries.

How did you find this blog?

Did you “google” this blog or saw the link to this blog on facebook?  Many readers of this blog are my former Au Pairs from Colombia, Germany, Brazil, South Africa and China. Hello Guys, nice having you there :-)

Do you follow this blog or is this your first time reading it?

I hope you are the one who is follow Go Au Pair blog. Recently I reached 30,000 page views of my blog. Thank  you for view this blog.


Do you like my blog?

Many Au Pairs and Host Families wrote interesting posts on this blog, and about 15 % of the posts are contributions from my guests- Au Pairs and Host Families. Many readers commented that they found useful information here.

What is your favorite post?

Do you have one? Please share with me. I recently add a new page Popular posts where you can see the most readable posts on my blog.

What bring you there?

Are you an Au Pair, a Host Family or thinking about being or hosting an Au Pair?  Welcome to our world!  This blog helped many families to get to know Go Au Pair cluster in the Philly and NJ area better and make the decision to join us as a host family.

Host families from my cluster say that I provide high quality services and resources to ensure that my host families receive individualized attention: “I personally had very good experience with Go Au Pair local area representative for this area ( Philadelphia , NJ). Read Go Au Pair Host Family testimonials.

Thank you for spending a little time with my blog and please let me know Where are you from? How did you find Go Au Pair blog?  Are you follow this blog or is this your first time reading it? Do you like my blog? What is your favorite post? What bring you there? I’ll appreciate.

30,000 views on Go Au Pair blog.

Hello World!

Thanks so much for stopping at my blog, the place where I can share my great experience working as a Local Area Representative for Go Au Pair

I enjoy my job. Host families from my cluster notice that I provide high quality services and resources to ensure that my host families receive individualized attention: “I personally had very good experience with Go Au Pair local area representative for this area ( Philadelphia , NJ). Read Go Au Pair Host Family testimonials.

I started Go Au Pair blog almost two years ago to support Host Families and Au Pairs in Philadelphia and suburban, Montgomery, Bucks County and close NJ. It took me one and a half years to reach 20,000 page views of my blog and it took less than 6 months to have another 10,000 views.

I reached 30,000 page views of my blog! Another blogging milestone. I’m excited to receive this many page views.  Thank you to everyone for spending a little time with my blog. I would like to thank Au Pairs and Host Families who contributed to my blog by writing interesting posts.

I hope that my blog is helpful and Host Families, Au Pairs and my readers found much useful information here. My blog contains 29 pages and 172 posts now. I recently added a new page Popular posts where you can see the most readable posts on my blog. You may have noticed that I created the sidebar with The Host family Library and The Au Pair Library for my readers’ references.

Who are my readers? Of course, first of all, it is Au Pairs and Host Families from Go Au Pair. Most of my readers live in the USA: Pennsylvania, New Jersey, California, New York, Utah and Virginia.

My blog is also read by people from 125 countries around the world. WOW, it is exciting! Many readers are my former Au Pairs from Colombia, Germany, Brazil, South Africa and China. Hi Guys, I miss you! 🙂

As my cluster expanded very fast, I believe this blog helped many families to get to know the Go Au Pair cluster in the Philly and NJ area better and make the decision to join us as a host family.


Thanks for checking out this blog and come back to my blog soon!

Raising bilingual kids with an Au Pair.

Most kids in the world today learn two or three languages. Many American parents realize the benefit of bilingualism and introduce their kids to another language as early as possible, either by speaking one at home or having another language spoken by a childcare provider.

This is why many parents today consider hiring an Au Pair. With an Au Pair children can learn a new language for free with a native speaker. Au Pair is a great language tutor since she is with children on a daily basis.

Au Pairs are recruited from over 50 countries and can be selected to match host parents language preference. In my cluster in Philadelphia I have/had Au Pairs from Colombia, El Salvador, Panama, Brazil, France, Germany, Russia, Ukraine, Moldova, China, South Africa, Australia, and Sweden.

There are many reasons why parents should raise the kids bilingual, for example

Kids  will be more flexible in their thinking

Kids will have better career opportunities

Kids will be more open-minded and tolerant

Kids will acquire additional languages more easily

Kids will be able to communicate with a broader range of people

Please read more about Top 5 Reasons to Raise Your Kids Bilingual

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