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What are the Au Pairs up to?

Your American host family will be in one of our 165 cluster areas in the US.  Each of these is supported by our local Au Pair in America representative - the Community Counsellor.  Each month the Counsellor arranges a monthly 'get-together' for all the au pairs in the cluster.  These meetings are great fun, whether it's a simple meeting at the Counsellor's home to catch up or great events like white water rafting.  Watch this space to see what cluster events are being arranged...
Making friends through fun and games is an important part of being in an Au Pair Cluster


  • The Cleveland cluster in Ohio enjoyed a hayride and bonfire with their host families complete with apple cider and singing around the campfire
  • The Elgin cluster in Ilinois are preparing for Christmas by painting and decorating Christmas ornaments which they can either give to their host families or send to their families in their home countries.
  • For the Freehold cluster in New Jersey some local interest was in store, as their Counselor takes them to the Englishtown Flea Market, one of the oldest and largest on the East Coast.
  • Au Pairs in Burlington, Vermont  went to a haunted forest.  The au pairs thought the evening was a lot of fun and enjoyed following the trail that was lit by hundreds of carved pumpkins as well as the mini skits along the way.
  • Two clusters from Massachusetts will be taking part in a walking tour of Boston historic sites including the Freedom Trail sites.  The group will end with a stop in the old North End to have pizza.

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