With Cultural Care Au Pair, you will have the opportunity to live abroad with an American family, meet friends from around the world and travel. We want to help you find your next adventure!

Feel free to visit us at:
Level 1, 53 Balfour Street, Chippendale NSW 2008
Phone: 1800 677 373 or  02 9252 2977
Email: aupair.au@culturalcare.com

Cultural Care Au Pair holds meetings every month across Australia. Be sure to read about our Interview Leaders and their experience promoting Cultural Care!

Alex Blenkin. Newcastle, NSW
When I was an au pair it was the most amazing time of my life. I made so many friends from all over the world and had so many awesome experiences during my time in the US. I looked after a 13 year old boy from a family in New Jersey, and built a long-lasting relationship with him as a younger brother. As an Interview Leader, I’m excited to be able to share my experiences with potential au pairs and help them make many new and exciting memories just like I had.

Libby Coulson. Sunshine Coast, QLD
I was a Cultural Care au pair in Boston, Massachusetts, and cared for 3 boys. Upon my return to Australia I worked in the Cultural Care Au Pair office in Sydney for 5 years. I now work as an Interview Leader in the Sunshine Coast. The CCAP program was so beneficial to me so I like to help other au pairs travel. I have a lot of knowledge about the "ins and outs" of being an au pair, and I like to share it. 

Lauren Broad. Brisbane, QLD
Deciding to become an au pair was the best and most spontaneous decision of my life. Within three or four weeks of starting my application, I had matched with my amazing family in New York. I stayed with the same family for two years and while doing this I completed my American bucket list while also getting the chance to visit Mexico and Canada. While living in New York and travelling around, I made life long friends from all over the world and I am now so happy to be able to share my experiences with you by being an Interview Leader for Brisbane. 

Rebekah Biggs. Hobart & Launceston, TAS
Becoming an au pair was the best decision I made. I had the experience of a lifetime, made so many international friends, gained a second family, became more independent and grew as a person. I love being an Interview Leader to share my own experience and inspire others to take a leap of faith and have the same experience as me.

Hannah King. Melbourne, VIC                                                                                             Becoming an au pair was the best thing I have ever done for myself. I have grown immensely in independence and confidence, something that may not have occurred if it wasn't for this program. My year in Boston, Massachusetts brought me nothing but good times and happy memories, with a family who I love dearly. Being an au pair truly is a life changing experience, and becoming a Cultural Care Interview Leader allows me to share my experience with future au pairs who are ready to take the leap of faith and start the next exciting chapter in their lives.

Alex Armstrong. Gold Coast, QLD
I was an Au Pair in Washington DC for 18 months and cared for three boys. I had the opportunity to travel to 23 different states during my stay, I made great new friends, and above all gained an unmeasurable amount of rewarding and memorable moments with my host family. Now I am fortunate enough to work with future Au Pairs as a Cultural Care Interview Leader on the Gold Coast. I love being able to share my stories and insight, whilst helping applicants prepare for the adventure of a lifetime! You truly do find yourself a second family and wonderful friends for life, and I cannot recommend the program enough!

Jessica Behan. Wollongong, NSW
I was an au pair in 2014. I had an amazing experience with CCAP, my host family and my LCC were lovely. I lived in Connecticut and cared for two children under the age of 2. It was so rewarding, I made a lot of lifelong friends from all over the world, and made memories that will last forever. I loved every minute of being an au pair, it was such a wonderful experience. I have decided to be an Interview Leader with Cultural Care to share my amazing stories and encourage au pairs to become independent and motivated, the way I did. I remember how excited I was to start my adventure, I want that for others.

Rebecca Barnes. Geelong, VIC
I spent my year as an au pair in Media, Pennsylvania looking after two amazing children aged three and six. I am so thankful to Cultural Care for the connections it allowed me to make with not only my family but with people from all over the world. I am so excited to be able to share my amazing journey with others. I hope that my experiences and knowledge of the au pair program allow me to inspire and encourage others to take the leap and follow their dreams.

Shaylah Jones. Perth, WA
A month after graduating from high school, I made the move to the States to start my journey as an au pair, and it was the best decision I have ever made. I lived in Seattle, Washington, looking after two boys, 4 & 10 and a girl who was 8. During my year, I had the opportunity to travel around the US, meet the most incredible friends from all over the world, gained another family and made life long memories. Because of the Cultural Care experience, my life has changed for the better and that has spurred me to encourage more people to do the same. 

Christie Dolgner. Mackay, QLD
Making the decision to become an au pair was a defining moment in my life and played a huge role in the person I have become today – the experience provides a pathway to new experiences and longstanding friendships.  It also gives you confidence to do anything you want in life.  I hope one day that my children will also take advantage of this exciting opportunity.  As an Interview Leader, I love talking to new au pairs and sharing in their enthusiasm and excitement of what new and amazing adventures await them and what memories they will make.  I also love the opportunity of re-telling my most cherished memories as an au pair.  Go for it – you will not regret it!

Jackson Carey. Canberra, ACT 
I’m Jackson Carey and I spent 2011 doing a High School Exchange with EF, just south of Detroit, Michigan. I returned to Australia and began working as a Returnee for EF, until moving to Canberra for university and moving across to be an Interview Leader with the Cultural Care program. Through Cultural Care I can continue to relive my memories and the love I have for America. Some of the highlights from my trip were American sport, New York City, and being placed with an amazing family who supported me throughout my time abroad. It was the best year of my life, and I enjoy continuing to share my experience with others.

Emily Merentitis. Adelaide, SA
Deciding to become an au pair in the USA was the best decision I've ever made. I lived in Scarsdale, NY - a short train ride from Manhattan and had the best year of my life. I got to travel America and meet amazing people that have become life long friends. I hope I can share my experiences as an Interview Leader and inspire other people to take that leap of faith into what will be one of the best experiences of their lives.

Sydney

Meet the Cultural Care Au Pair Sydney team!  We are available Monday through Friday from 9:00 am to 5:30 pm and are here to support you throughout the entire application process.

Feel free to visit us at:
Level 1, 53 Balfour St Chippendale NSW 2008
Phone: 1800 677 373 or  02 9252 2977
Email: aupair.au@culturalcare.com

Nadene Bilsborough – Country Program Manager 
Based in the Sydney office, Nadene works to support au pair candidates from the beginning of their application process to the successful completion of their au pair experience. Being a returned au pair herself, and previous CPM for EF High School Exchange, Nadene has extensive knowledge of the au pair program, and the cultural exchange experience in the USA. As the Country Program Manager, Nadene oversees all applications and processes. With the highest level of support and professionalism, Nadene ensures that the Cultural Care team provides quality guidance and expertise to all au pairs.

Annie Gore - Regional Manager  
After spending a year abroad as a Cultural Care au pair, Annie was eager to become part of the Cultural Care Team to share her experience. Annie’s role is to work with prospective au pairs and nurture them through their application process. Her own experience as an au pair and her previous training in customer service roles means that she always aims to deliver excellent support and advice to future au pair’s. As a past au pair herself, Annie knows what it takes to be successful and recruits only the strongest applicants. Annie provides the highest level of support and understanding for her applicants and ensures that each au pair is well supported and prepared before, during and after their au pair experience. 

Sara Henson – Regional Manager 
Sara has been working in the Cultural Care office in Boston and has joined the Sydney team for six months on a staff exchange. Sara has been an au pair herself in France, and understands the challenges that the au pair role brings. Sara is enjoying learning more about Australian au pairs, and helping them with their applications. Sara continues to work closely with our colleagues in the US office, providing us with a 360 view of the au pair/host family application and experience. 

 

Visit us at:

Level 1, 53 Balfour St
Chippendale
NSW 2008 

Phone: 1800 677 373

Email: aupair.au@culturalcare.com