Find an Au Pair that's Right for your Family
From the Salt Mines of Nemocon to the ancient Incan road system, Colombia has some of the most gorgeous scenery in the world, equal parts natural and manmade. You will love hearing all about Colombia’s many surprises from a live-in Colombian nanny, who can describe in great detail what it’s like to live in this South American country. When you host an au pair from Colombia, you get a chance to make a rare cultural connection between your chi
From the Salt Mines of Nemocon to the ancient Incan road system, Colombia has some of the most gorgeous scenery in the world, equal parts natural and manmade. You will love hearing all about Colombia’s many surprises from a live-in Colombian nanny, who can describe in great detail what it’s like to live in this South American country.
When you host an au pair from Colombia, you get a chance to make a rare cultural connection between your children and someone who grew up in a different culture. But you and your kids will soon discover you also have much in common, too. Many parents want their children to learn a second language. By using live-in child care from Colombia, your children can:
- Be exposed to the Spanish language, and with the proper accent!
- Discover cultural expressions unique to Colombia.
EurAupair has been connecting European, African and Colombian au pairs with American families for 30 years. We are eager to help you find a thoroughly qualified live-in nanny from Colombia.
What to Expect With an Au Pair From Colombia
As most Latin American countries, Colombians can be described as outgoing, warm-hearted, and sociable people. A Colombian au pair is likely to be flexible on schedule, and will look forward to being a part of the family. A Colombian au pair will usually communicate easily about how she feels.
Colombian couples have on average three children, but have many relatives living nearby. Family is at the center of one's life in Colombia, and get-togethers, family reunions and meals are very common. Colombian children love their family so much that in fact, they tend to move out of their parents' home rather late; they often only settle on their own when they get married.
You can expect your live-in nanny from Colombia to have gained a lot of child care experience through babysitting cousins, nieces, and nephews. It's not very common in Colombia to use a day cares and parents rely heavily on relatives to care of their children.
In Colombia approximately 40% of households own a car. As can be expected, a Colombian au pair is likely to have little driving experience. Some Colombian au pairs take their driver's license as part of their au pair application. It is always recommended that you discuss your driving needs with your au pair.
Colombian students are required to learn English from elementary school through high school. The curriculum of English classes focuses more on writing than speaking so you can expect your au pair to be better at writing and reading than listening and speaking. A good idea would be to put in writing your house's rules and your au pair's schedule, at least in the early stages of the program year, to ensure all is understood.
Host a Colombian Au Pair
Get started on finding your Colombian live-in nanny today. We will use our proven personal touch to determine the best fit for your family, using guidelines designated by the U.S. Department of State. We are confident we can connect you with a reliable au pair for an experience your family will remember fondly for years to come.
Contact us to submit an application or get answers to your questions.