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Au Pairs who hail from all over the globe to care for children for a year or two find the cultural exchange goes more than two ways. And often, the au pair exchange will move more than just the au pair herself and her host family - other people in the U.S. host community benefit as well.

Xi Zhou came from China to the U.S. hoping to understand more about American culture and receive more education along with a greater understanding of the English language. What she got after she arrived was a new family and other close friendships.

Author: Go Au Pair

Cultural Vistas believes its work in exposing international students to the American workplace – and exposing American students and professionals to foreign workplaces – provides these global citizens not only with a professional stepping stone, but also an intimate understanding of the culture of the United States.

Author: Cultural Vistas

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