Looking for an Au Pair in Detroit, Michigan?
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 the Detroit area.
EurAupair is an affordable child care option, making it a real value for such flexible, loving, in-home care. And, unlike other forms of child care, the fee is for children of all ages, and per family - not per child.
Local Support from EurAupair Community Counselors
Following the receipt of your application form, a local Community Counselor from the Detroit area will be assigned to your family. The Community Counselor is available to answer any questions and provide assistance to both you and your au pair throughout your year together.
"Being a EurAupair Community Counselor for the Metro Detroit Area is a wonderful opportunity to become familiar with young people from other countries. They are excited about coming to the United States and I am aiming to show them as many positive experiences the Motor City offers. It is a unique area with the Great Lakes and that all four seasons are featured in the course of their visit. Centrally located in the United States and so close to Canada makes for easy weekend trips to visit Chicago and Toronto." from Community Counselor Maria Spounias.
Some examples of monthly au pair meetings in the area include: Belle Isle Park, Comerica Park, Historical Museum, Science Center, Belle Isle Aquarium, shopping, meeting for coffee.
Education for your Au Pair
U.S. government regulations require that au pairs be provided with opportunities for cultural and educational enrichment. Au pairs must complete 6 units of academic coursework at an accredited, post-secondary institution.
Here are some institutions in the area your au pair may consider:
Local Activities for your Au Pair and your Child(ren)
Useful Information for your Au Pair
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