This August CHI brought together 16 exchange visitors from all around the world to participate in our Cultural Ambassador Award Conference. They were strangers when they met but they soon realized how much they had in common.
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We want to give a huge shout-out to one of our amazing male au pairs, Federico Leguizamon (Fede), from Paraguay. During his time as an au pair, Fede has embraced every opportunity you could possibly imagine all while being a dedicated and caring au pair to his host kids. His host family absolutely loves him.
For the past few months, we’ve been asking our Work and Travel, Internship/Trainee and CHI Au Pair participants to share photos from their summer fun.
Being a seasoned Host Mom and a Local CHI Coordinator, Christina Busso can probably write a short story novel. Christina has been a coordinator with CHI Au Pair for over six years. She has also been a host mom to 13 Au Pairs (and counting!).
“For me, one of the best things about being an Au Pair is the fact that you get the chance to have a whole new life, it’s like a new you.”
Have you ever Googled where’s the coldest place in Russia or wondered what someone from Bosnia and China would think of food from the Dominican Republic?
On Monday, August 5, 2019, CHI will participate in Exchange Day, a nationwide celebration of the power of international exchanges and an opportunity to raise awareness of educational and cultural exchange programs.
Eri Sonoda, from Japan, shares the reasons she loves being an Au Pair. “I like the Au Pair program because I can work, be a student, and live in the United States. The kids I take care of and I get along very well, and now, we are living together like such as a real family.”
Meet Our 2019 Early Bird Prize Winners! Poinsettia Meso – congratulations to the first ever Internship/Trainee participant CAA winner and also the first ever South African Cultural Ambassador! Watch her video here and get ready to meet Africa. Diana Koriakina – from
Summer is a wonderful time of year! Kids are out of school and looking for fun things to do. Since most parents don’t get a summer break, this means finding alternative childcare to fill those long days. We all want