the au pair

Au pairs are young adults from overseas who live with you as a family member and provide culturally enriching childcare. Families gain peace of mind knowing their children are well-cared for and loved by someone who becomes like an older sibling.

Benefits of hosting an au pair:

Au pairs provide up to 45 hours
of care per week

You can schedule hours
according to your needs

They become a trusted and
loving caregiver

Children are exposed to different
cultures and languages

Au pairs arrive
with a legal J-1 visa

U.S. Department of State-
designated program

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Dedicated Local Support

Your local childcare consultant (LCC) is a Cultural Care representative who lives in your community and provides on-the-ground support to area families and au pairs. Not only is she or he there to support you, but your LCC also serves as a mentor to your au pair throughout the year.

The largest selection of pre-screened au pairs

Cultural Care Au Pair has the largest number of candidates year-round, all of whom must pass an extensive screening and selection process.

Ravenique, 22, South Africa
Ravenique aims to be a teacher and get more experience teaching while in the USA. She is a strong swimmer, has 2+ years of driving experience, and hopes to bring creative, energetic play to her host children.
Domenik, 20, Germany
Domenik enjoys spending time in nature and teaching children to do the same. He’s excited to learn everything he can about life in the USA, and has experience driving in snow and harsh winter conditions.
Anna, 19, Brazil
Anna has driving experience on city streets and in heavy fog. She loves making up songs to play with kids and has experience caring for infants as well as older children.