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Summer AuPair in Spain

Summer AuPair in Spain Once again in January we started working with the summer AuPair placements in Spain. There are already many Spanish host families who have requested us their next summer aupair. If you have 1 to 3 months, you want to learn Spanish, live with a Spanish family and spend time with the children you can apply to the summer aupair program in Spain.View post

Spanish host families, what expect from their au pairs?

Spanish host families, what they expect from their au pairs? Native English speakers firt of all, we have to explain that in Spain most of host families expect an aupair capable to help with english to the kids. or people with very high levels of English, capable of teaching English to children while playing with them. Young people from 18 to 26 years old In addition Spanish host families expect young people affectionate, open, ...

AuPair Letter to host family

AuPair Letter to host family The letter is one of the most important documents in your aupair application. This is where you get to know your future host family, so it is important that you consider certain topics. The letter is the document of your aupair application, together with the photographic collage, which the families most appreciate. View post

Au Pair matching process

Au Pair matching process How we work when we receive au pair profiles to come to Spain as an au pair? First of all we check all au pair profile carefully to see au pair preferences regarding, start date and length of stay, children ages and number of kids, place and regions and many other things: hobbies, languages that au pair can speak, diet, etc. We check available families for the same dates, with ...

Spanish Clichés

Spanish Clichés I was talking with my sister the other day and she mentioned an anecdote that occurred to her after a business meeting with partners from different countries. One of her French colleagues ordered Sangria in a bar where they went to have some tapas. After noting my sister’s shock face, the French colleague asked: Don’t you Spanish people drink sangria? To what my sister replied: Well, we drink beer ...