Ever wish you could be an Au Pair in France?

 

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Work abroad sounds so complicated and most of us don’t even know where to start. I am here to tell you, it’s not that complicated. What if you had someone to help you? If you’re aged between 18-30 and would like to go to France as an AU PAIR, give us a shot. sascha-sturm-398588-unsplash.jpg

Castle InterProgram offers direct personal service to assist and arrange your work abroad needs from finding a job as an au pair, host family,  and work visa for your gap year and beyond.

What are the benefits?

  • Health and Travel insurance
  • Assistance and arrangements
  • You’ll make close to $400.00 a month
  • Free boarding
  • Free meals
  • You’ll discover a new culture
  • Learn a new language
  • It’ll look great on your CV
  • Make lasting friendships
  • You’ll learn that travel is good for the soul

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Duties and responsibilities:

  • Waking the children
  • Getting them ready for school
  • Dressing them/infants and toddlers
  • Playing with the children
  • Help with bathing
  • Light housework
  • Speak/teach English to the kids
  • Making their beds and straightening their rooms
  • Preparing meals  and cleaning up
  • Taking children to school and various activities

Fees

  • $600 for 6-12 month placements.
  • September is the preferred arrival time for  a longer stay
  • A visa is required for au pairs who want to stay longer than 90 days

Don’t miss out on our great deal. Apply now and get 15% off our service fee.

For more information visit my website at https://castleworldtravel.com/work-abroad/

 

 

 

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