Cultural Care Au Pair

In 2008, the U.S. Department of State made it possible for au pairs to return to the U.S. as au pairs for a second time—either with their previous host family or a new family. All au pairs who successfully complete 12+ months as an au pair the first time around and who have lived outside the U.S. for at least two years are eligible for this opportunity.

Meet Alexander Kreher, who was a Cultural Care au pair from Germany in July 2008 until January 2010 in Henrico, VA, and let’s see where he is now!

Saying good bye and welcoming new au pairs can be a difficult, and an exciting time for veteran host families. Read this heartwarming story about the process of interviewing and asking their future au pair if she'd like to join their family, submitted by Cultural Care host mother, Lindsay Wallin:

In honor of the American tradition of the Superbowl, Cultural Care Au Pair wanted to share a story from host mom Tessa Holcomb, who sent the following story about how she helped her male au pair, Niklas, and her sons meet the NFL’s sole German player, Sebastian Vollmer:

In response to Cultural Care Au Pair's recent request for nominations from host families for the International Au Pair Association's (IAPA) "Au Pair of the Year Award," Cultural Care au pair, Stefania 20 years old from Colombia, responded with her own nomination - a nomination of thanks and recognition for her host family.

This summer, Katrina and John Ohl and their two daughters, Kristina and Liana, hosted an au pair reunion like none other in Munich, Germany.  Since 1995, the Ohl family has hosted 17 Cultural Care au pairs – most from Germany or Austria, and one from Poland. Host mother Katrina explained that just as she grew up bi-lingual, “We wanted our children to have the experience of cultura

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