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Featured Country - Ukraine

In honor of our featured country, families who match with an Au Pair from Ukraine in the month of January will receive
$100 off the program fees.

Ukraine
 

Map of UkraineQuick Facts

Map of Poland Location: Europe

Major Cities: KYIV (capital), Kharkiv, Odesa

Population: 44,291,413 ( Est. July 2014)

Language: Ukrainian (official), Russian, Polish

Religion: Orthodox, Catholic,  Protestant, Muslim, Jewish



Some available Au Pairs from Ukraine

Ievgeniia, an Au Pair from Ukraine Nina, an Au Pair from Ukraine Khrystyna, an Au Pair from Ukraine Oleksandra, an Au Pair from Ukraine
Ievgeniia, an Au Pair from Ukraine Nina, an Au Pair from Ukraine Khrystyna, an Au Pair from Ukraine Oleksandra, an Au Pair from Ukraine
"Children need a lot of attention, care and love, and I'm always glad to give it to them."

 
"I heard about Au Pair in America, it's what I need because of my love to kids and passion to travel."
 
"I would describe myself as reliable, caring, friendly, helpful and tolerant."


 
"I want to travel around the glove, experience communication with people who have different mindsets."
 

Recent comment from a 2014 Host Family in Excellence Nomination

"From the first Skype chat with my host family, I had some warm feelings. I was dreaming to be with them. When they asked me to come, I was on a 7th sky of happiness! Since I had joined them, I have NEVER been disappointed.

I think, you can feel that you are attached with your HF, only when you are attached with their children. They are a basis of your relations. I’m taking care of three kids: Madilyn (5 years) and twins Mitchell and David (2 years).  When I can see boys  with smiling faces, their rising hands to me, when they are saying my name and can put head on my shoulder; when Madi gives me a super strong huge hug, and a lot of kisses – something is going on inside me and  there is no way to feel different than just love them!!!

Of course, it took some time to get used to each other; it’s not very easy to have a new person in your house and feel comfortable for 100%. But we worked together, we helped each other and we made it! It’s hard to say when I first felt that we are really close. It starts from the beginning and we are getting closer and closer every day!
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- Svitlana Romanenko, an Au Pair from Ukraine



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Source

CIA - The World Fact Book