What is the Au Pair Programme?
Au pairs are young adults who live abroad with a host family for up to 12 months and help them with childcare and light housework. In return, au pairs receive free accommodation, meals, a monthly pocket money of 280 euros and the opportunity to participate in family life and attend a language course.
During their stay abroad, the au pairs get to know a new culture and improve their foreign language skills. The au pair programme is thus a cultural exchange programme based on reciprocity and mutual help.
We look forward to receiving your application as an au pair. Please call us or fill out the contact form and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
It is important for us to get to know you and what you expect from your time as an au pair and from your future host family.
What is the FSJ programme?
The Voluntary Social Year (FSJ) is an educational year in which you gain insight into the practice of social work, social skills and qualifications that can be used in your profession. The FSJ is usually done in social institutions such as nursing homes, hospitals or even kindergartens.
We support you in applying for the FSJ and in choosing the right institution.
If you would like to participate in the FSJ programme, please contact us for more information.