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by on November 6th 2017

Spring 2018 Classes

Borough of Manhattan Community College http://www.campusce.net/learningacrossamerica/course/course.aspx?catId=32 New Orleans: The Big Easy – for Washington, DC area residents (airfare not included) Course Number: SF17LA208A.1 Instructor: Joy Newmann […]

by Kamila Blanks on January 31st 2015

Education

by Dori Diamond on January 14th 2017

Martin Luther King Day

Martin Luther King Day is a federal holiday held on the third Monday of January. It celebrates the life and achievements of Martin Luther King […]

by Laura Beauregard-Tvaroha on May 29th 2012

AuPairs Picnic on the Beach

This months Aupair meeting was a great success with 100% participation! We met at Oakland Beach in Warwick. The weather was perfect and sunny! There […]

by Adrienne Miller on May 18th 2011

Who is Cultural Care?

Flexible, affordable childcare For over 20 years, Cultural Care Au Pair’s childcare and cultural exchange program has offered families flexible, live-in childcare with a unique […]

by Marci Seder on October 12th 2012

October au pair meeting was a huge success!!!!

Thanks to all who participated in the Terror Behind the Walls Haunted House at the Eastern State Penitentiary. The au pair group from Mt. Airy […]

by Susie Fegelman on March 19th 2014

Childcare program costs

Low au pair cost vs. rising childcare costs You might think having an au pair costs a fortune.  But you would be wrong.  Cultural Care […]

by Jocelyn Challas on May 9th 2018

How soon should I start looking for an au pair?

As a guideline, families should complete their program registration paperwork at least 8-10 weeks prior to their desired au pair arrival date.  The sooner a family registers, […]

by Nicole Biondi on November 17th 2016

26 Ways to Reduce Homesickness Abroad

26 Ways to Reduce Homesickness Abroad Here are some helpful tips to support your au pair if she or he become homesick in their au […]

by Margaret Rowan on December 2nd 2015

Hello world!

Welcome to Au Pair News. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start blogging!

by Alexa Asher on September 4th 2013

Hello world!

Welcome to Au Pair News. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start blogging!

by Ann Harmon on January 13th 2018

New Year – New adventures

I am so excited to see what 2018 brings.  I am happy to help a new host family welcome their Au pair on the 19th […]

by Keri Ninness on November 10th 2013

Fall happenings

After a very busy summer of welcoming over 20 new au pairs, everyone is settling in with their host families. While the au pairs continue […]

by Carol Anderson on January 15th 2014

Hello world!

Welcome to Au Pair News.

by Jacklyn Ng on January 25th 2010

Monthly Au Pair Meetings

September 11th – Annual San Francisco Scavenger Hunt! October 16th – Pumpkin Patch event for Host Families and Au Pairs! Nicasio Farms Pumpkin Patch 10:00 […]

by Stephanie Johnston on September 10th 2014

Hello world!

Welcome to Au Pair News. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start blogging!

by Tracie Kapaun on May 21st 2020

Au pair in the spotlight

The past few months have been difficult on many people due to Covid 19 shutdowns and fears.  This is even harder for au pairs who […]