Au Pairs from Germany, France, Panama, Poland, The Netherlands, Sweden, Mexico, Spain, Namibia, So Korea and So Africa all came together for an evening of food, fun and making new friends. We talked about the upcoming July 4th holiday, where to see fireworks and reviewed summer safety tips .
Friends gathered and congratulated Lara Kohl on her distinguished award…. Connecticut Community Service FIRST PLACE winner! Lara volunteered her time to work at The German School in Stamford. She was instrumental in working with children on both their German language skills, history and culture. Volunteering in America is an important part of Au Pair life. Read More
Au Pairs from Germany, France, Brazil, Spain, Costa Rica, England and South Africa enjoyed an evening of bowling. Fantastic evening of fun and meeting new friends from all over the globe!
Webinars are the perfect opportunity to enhance the extensive training received at orientation. Sit back, listen and learn; topics ranging from: 100 Activities to Do with Children, Healthy Nutrition, Tips for Returning Home, temper tantrums, sibling rivalry,…and more… Register at: http://aupairinamerica.com/apwebinars and take advantage of these FREE educational opportunities!
Our cluster event was held at the Westport Arts Center. Au Pairs from Westport, New Canaan and Weston toured Lynsey Addario’s Pulitizer Prize winning photographic exhibit On the Wire: Veiled Rebellion, photos of women in Afghanistan. Lynsey Addario, a Westport native, is an American photojournalist based in London, where she photographs for The New York Read More
Au Pairs from around the world sharing holiday customs with each other! Wonderful evening of fantastic food, new friends and great memories of America.
Our group enjoying an organized tour of Yale University. Rich in history; educational AND fun! Even enjoyed a Yale football game afterwards!
Attention Host Families! Is your Au Pair a Superstar? The International Au Pair Association (IAPA) hosts an “AU PAIR OF THE YEAR” award every year as a way to celebrate au pairs around the world and enhance the public’s awareness of this enriching cultural exchange opportunity. We know there are amazing young women who are Read More
November 29- Black Friday is the Friday after Thanksgiving and is the beginning of the traditional Christmas shopping season. Black Friday is not an official holiday, but many people have the day off, which increases the number of potential shoppers. Merchants and the media use the term Black Friday to refer to the beginning of Read More
November 28 Thanksgiving – Thanksgiving dates back to the first European settlers in North America. After hardship, illness and hard work the Pilgrims celebrated a successful harvest that they shared with their Native American friends. This national holiday is a day to feast with family and friends and most importantly, to give thanks.