Apply before Tuesday, November 30, 2010 and we will waive the $350 application fee, plus receive $150 off your family’s program fee. Save an additional $500 when you select an au pair in 2010! Register today to access to hundreds of au pair profiles with no obligation.
Learn more about these special offer for host families by contacting Alex Ramirez at (800) 928-7247 ext. 5161 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Register now to get started with your application today or request a free brochure.
Welcome to Au Pair in America!
We invite you to discover how Au Pair in America is the most flexible, cost-effective child care solution for your family.
Apply with Au Pair in America before Tuesday, November 30, 2010 and we will waive the $350 application fee, plus receive $150 off your family’s program fee. Save an additional $500 when you select an au pair in 2010!
About Au Pair in America
Au Pair in America brings skilled caring and qualified au pairs from around the world to help care for your children.
Au Pair in America offers:
- The largest selection of screened, qualified au pairs from more than 60 countries.
- Au pairs with a legal, one year visa with an option to extend for a second year.
- The support services of America’s most trusted live-in child care provider!
The nation’s most trusted name in live-in child care invites you to join the thousands of satisfied families who have experienced our program and benefitted from a mutually rewarding cultural exchange for the entire family.
The Long Island Au Pair in America Clusters went to the LI Ducks baseball game. Everyone had fun, the Community Counselors tried to explain the game to everyone, mostly the Au Pairs enjoyed cheering when the crowd cheered. The whole crowd helped when the singer stumbled through the National Anthem. It was a moving experience and fun to see how the whole crowd cheered the singer! The 7th inning stretch included a rendition of “Take Me Out to the Ballgame” with the whole singing along. It was a great American cultural experience for all the Au Pairs who come from all over the world to spend one or two years in the USA caring for children in a host family.
THANK YOU SO MUCH Cindy!!!!!!
I’m in NY now and went to Long Island last weekend to visit my former host family, and Iwas thinking of you.:) My host daddy and i talked about you that you are the best counseller!! Past two years has been all great more thanI hoped:) I hope we could keep in touch, Take care Cindy:):):)
Each June Community Counselor Cindy Garruba teaches a cluster meeting to prepare her Au Pairs for the Long Island Summer Childcare. All of the Suffolk County Au Pair in America Au Pairs will spend time at a beach or pool with their host children. It is important that they learn water safety and prevention of drowning. An experienced former Red Cross Lifeguard and Swim Instructor, Cindy stresses safety tips from her years of experience growing up along the Long Island Sound Shore.
Cindy also does training on sunscreen and sunburn prevention, basic first aid for cuts and scrapes, poison ivy identification and treatments, identification of ticks, lyme disease symptons, rashes, prevention and treatment recommendations.
This training is essential for a safe and fun summer in Suffolk County Long Island, NY.
Smmer Safety meeting at Cindy's Beach house
Saturday, June 19 our cluster had a booth at the Southold Craft Fair. We sold international food made by the au pairs, sold crafts we made, taught kids about their cultures, handed out Au Pair in America brochures and had a wonderful time. All funds raised go to the Southampton Fresh Air Home Summer Camp for Disabled Children. Thanks to all who contributed time, effort and bought our crafts, food and raffle!!
In April all the Au Pair in America Long Island Clusters enjoyed the new Broadway Musical MEMPHIS. Great show, great music and a truly American experience for the au pairs.
Au Pairs from Suffolk County Au Pair in America Cluster have been teaching a “Little Linguist” Mommy and Me group at Smithtown Library. The children and moms are learning about Brazil, Colombia, Peru and China. Crafts, songs, stories, dancing and more have been taught by young woman from these countries! http://www.globalawareness.com/
Canoeing in September on the Nissequoque River with Long Island Au Pair in America clusters!
Canoe Group 2009
Summer fun at Cindy’s Beach house in Northville. Also a great childcare lesson on water and summer safety!
An “All American Experience” = Au Pairs enjoy a Long Island Ducks Baseball Game
We walked across the Brooklyn Bridge on a beautiful May day with other Au Pair in America clusters. Then we enjoyed shopping and great food in Chinatown and Little Italy!