Looking for an Au Pair in Indiana ?
With over 30 years of experience, EurAupair was one of the first au pair programs to become designated by the U. S. Department of State to legally sponsor au pairs to come to the United States, and has placed tens of thousands of au pairs across the country including in Indiana.
As EurAupair follows strict regulations, your family will be choosing an au pair from among the most qualified au pair candidates, and you can be assured that your au pair will arrive with all the proper legal visa documentation. Learn more about what makes EurAupair the best au pair agency for your family.
Local Support from EurAupair Community Counselors
Following the receipt of your application form, a local EurAupair Community Counselor from Indiana will be assigned to your family. The EurAupair Community Counselor is available to answer any questions and provide assistance to both you and your au pair throughout your year together. One of the first responsibilities of your EurAupair Community Counselor is to arrange a convenient time for an interview in your home, to meet you and your family. During the interview, you will assist the EurAupair Community Counselor in completing a Host Family Profile which will be utilized in the placement process. Upon review of your application form, Host Family Profile and positive personal reference forms, your EurAupair Community Counselor will consult in your selection of a qualified, caring au pair. The final choice is always yours, as you will know who best suits your family structure and immediate needs.
EurAupair in Indiana
You may find below some local information about a few of the areas in Indiana where EurAupair is present. If you would like to know if we currently serve your area please contact us to find out!
“On her first Monday, our then-2-year-old Marina welcomed Charlotte by having vomited in the night. As a nurse, Charlotte was completely nonplussed by the event; any other au pair might have been very turned off by such a greeting!
In the limited space in her suitcase, she had brought child development books – not just the one from the agency, but also one from home. She had also brought lots of post-it notes for writing reminders to herself. The credit for potty training Marina goes largely to Charlotte. She read her books, one of ours, and took more out from the library – for herself and for Marina to get acquainted with the idea.
One time, Marina poured water into a bowl of apple sauce. Instead of getting angry, Charlotte realized that she had been singing the French ad for apple sauce in a pouch (the squeezy kind); the commercial’s rhyme had included a reference to eating “apple sauce under water.” Marina had made the apple sauce be under water – literally. Charlotte understood the connection Marina had made rather than getting angry about it."
- From the Sucosky family in South Bend, IN.