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Au Pair With AmeriCamp

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Price £349 12 months
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Au Pair With AmeriCamp

£349 per person

Jet to the Land of Opportunity and seize a life-changing opportunity to influence the lives of adorable children in a truly remarkable country!

Develop a repertoire of incredible skills, meet wonderful people and broaden your horizons whilst working as an Au Pair in the USA!

Gain experience living and working in the USA as an Au Pair!

Improve your English, broaden your social network and make new friends and travel whilst earning money.

Educate yourself in the school of life, whilst enjoying the perks of additional financial benefits, such as minimum weekly stipend paid by your host family of at least $195.75 per week, room and board provided by your host family, two weeks of paid vacation (11 days), $500 Educational allowance to take educational classes at a college or university, round-trip airfare from your home country to the US, as well as accident and sickness insurance.

During your time Stateside, why not head plan a US tour to make your friends green with envy?

Meander through the magical locations of America; explore the luminous Las Vegas strip, delve into iconic Manhattan and catch the rays whilst riding death-defying rollercoasters in fun-filled Florida! Succumb to your desires and set out on a once-in-a-lifetime adventure!

Transform your American dream into an rousing reality with this incredible opportunity to make a difference to others whilst satisfying your craving for air miles!

Applicants for the Au Pair program must:

  • Have experience and enjoy caring for children;
  • Be between the ages of 18 and 26 upon arrival in America;
  • Speak conversational English;
  • Have completed secondary school (high school);
  • Commit to spending 12 months in the USA;
  • Have at least 200 hours of experience caring for children under the age of two if you wish to care for children less than to years old as an au pair;
  • Have a driver’s license;
  • Be in good physical and mental health;
  • Pass a criminal background check;
  • Be able to provide personal and professional references.

Included:

  • Flights;
  • Insurance – Comprehensive medical, travel and accidental death and personal liability coverage;
  • You will gain a placement with a carefully selected host family;
  • Weekly pocket money
  • Attendance at an “Au Pair Workshop” in New York City, with instruction in child safety, development, and cross-cultural topics, and all expenses included (room, meals, bus transfers, instructional materials, etc);
  • A regular schedule of social, cultural and recreational activities with other Au Pairs;
  • Organised cultural activities twice a year;
  • Attendance at classes that will help you learn about American culture with American students. Host families will pay up to 500 U.S. dollars for school fees, textbooks and materials;
  • Quarterly newsletter.
12 months
18+ Age
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Application
Stage 1 – Applying
Complete an application form; this will allow you to rank your skills in order of experience stating with your strongest. Explain how you see yourself transferring your skill(s) to your new role as an Au Pair.You will require to have extensive experience with children, Tell us about it, i.e. how long have you done it for? What level of skill are you at? Have you worked with individual children or groups?**Please note, if your application is unsuccessful at this stage, your application fee will be refunded.
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Interview
Interview
Once you are happy with your application, submit it and our friendly staff at HQ will review it and then get in touch with you.As part of the Au Pair program, you are required to interview face to face with a member of the team, therefore, when the time comes to interview and progress you through, we’ll be in contact.We’re extremely flexible when it comes to your availability, just to make your life a little easier.Your interviewer will take you through your application; highlight your strengths and make sure your skills are relevant to the Au Pair program.After your interview, your interviewer may give you a list of recommendations to work on.In the meantime, they will write your interview report which will accompany your application.
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Documentation
Stage 2 – Documentation (Video, References and Host Family Letter)
Once your interview report has been written and we have received and verified your references, application video and host family letter, then it is time for your application to become ‘live’ to host families.• Be prepared for host families to get in touch; make sure you have a Skype account set up as they may wish to interview you further. Remember, you are applying for a job, so be friendly, professional and treat the host family with respect.
Application Video
• This is an essential part of your application; we will not consider your application without one. Try and make your video creative, fun and (most importantly) ensure that it shows off the skills that you have outlined in your application form. We recommend that your video is between 1-2 minutes long, includes a brief introductory section, and then progresses onto your experience with children. You may also include a photo showreel.
References
You are required to submit references to complete your application and we have reference forms available for you to use online. Your references must come from a professional source so, for example, teachers, coaches and employers are all great examples! They cannot come from family or friends and must contain active contact details to enable us to verify the reference.
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Visa & Orientation
Stage 3 – Placement, Visa and Orientation
If you’ve reached this point, congratulations – you were a great fit for one of our host families! The countdown to your time in the USA can officially begin, and in the meantime here’s what you’ll do next…
CRB Check
• You must have a new CRB check carried out by Work In The USA. We will inform you how to apply for this once you have been accepted by the US office.
Health Check
• Make sure you see your GP to obtain a medical check; this is required to ensure you are completely covered by our visa sponsor’s insurance policy. If you have any outstanding medical problems please contact us directly for a range of options.
Embassy Appointment
• We’ll help you when it comes to booking your embassy appointment online. You will be sent an information pack with everything you need to know.
Orientation
• Make sure you are available to attend your mandatory orientation – this is a Department of State requirement and you must attend in order to participate in the Au Pair program. We’ll send you more information on this at a later time.