New Jersey’s Premier Provider of Au Pair Child Care
What is an Au Pair?
Au Pairs are pre-screened international young adults with child care experience who provide full time, live-in child care and introduces a memorable cultural experience at an affordable cost. With Au Pair child care, families in New Jersey can enjoy all the benefits of in home child care. Au Pairs can be responsible for general supervision of the children, driving, laundry, homework help, preparing meals, and providing morning and bedtime help. As an Au Pair agency, Go Au Pair is dedicated to helping families in the New Jersey area choose an Au Pair that fits their specific family needs.
Au Pair child care offers a valuable cultural exchange experience, while providing reliable, live-in child care which meets the specific needs of your family. Get More Details
Local Area Representative in New Jersey
Go Au Pair has a Local Area Representative in New Jersey and surrounding areas to help our families during their experience. Our agency local representative will assist your family and Au Pair with any questions related to your live in child care needs.
My favorite thing about being a LAR
I like to see the au pairs thrive in their position: enjoying their time with the children, bonding with the family, and experiencing life in the U.S..
Why I love my job
I enjoy helping others, offering support, and ensuring families and au pairs get the most out of their experience.
Hello. I hold a B.A. in French from Montclair State University. I have worked in program management in non-profits for several years, including Big Brothers Big Sisters. I lived overseas after college, teaching English in France, and also studied abroad in Cyprus.
New Jersey (NJ)
Territory Geo Description
I cover Princeton, NJ and surrounding areas
Territory Major Towns
Princeton, Monroe, South Brunswick, Kendall Park, Monmouth Junction, East Windsor, West Windsor, Princeton Junction, Rocky Hill, Plainsboro, Princeton Junction, Flemington, Hillsborough
Mercer County, Middlesex County, Hunterdon County
New Jersey Resources for Au Pairs & Host Families
Driving can be part of your Au Pair’s responsibilities. If this is the case, the Au Pair will need to get a driver’s license from the nearest New Jersey (NJ) DMV office.
Obtaining a social security number is important to both the Au Pair and the Host Family for tax payments, tax credits, and opening bank accounts.
Au Pairs can learn about inexpensive solutions to travel around town. Taxis and shuttles are also available.
Au Pairs and Host Families can learn about tax withholdings and filing specific for the Au Pair program. Always consult a tax advisor to learn how taxes apply.
Child Friendly Activities for Au Pairs and Host Families in New Jersey
Au Pairs will find that New Jersey offers a wide variety of exciting things to do and places to visit. There are many historical museums, art displays, scenic touring, and physical activities. Families can help Au Pairs find activities they are most interested in.
Colleges and Universities for Au Pairs to Attend in New Jersey
Au Pairs need to complete their education requirement as part of their exchange program in the United States. Here are some places in New Jersey they may be able to enroll.