Travel To Italy And Become An Au Pair/Tutor To A Host Family
We have screened, welcoming host families right now in Italy looking for amazing au pair / tutors.
Becoming an Au Pair/Tutor in Italy is an affordable international educational experience that will enhance your resume through practical experience. And when you return home, imagine the kind of job you can get when you list this experience.
How is this program different from a regular au pair program? Au Pairs take care of the children during scheduled hours. They help the children with their homework and assist in keeping children’s rooms and play areas clean. They prepare snacks and meals for the children and drop them off or pick them up from school or activities. Au Pair / Tutor participants take care of children and at the same time tutor them in conversational English for 20 hours/week.
- $1,099 flat fee for 1, 2, or 3 months.
- Pay with Klarna and set up weekly or monthly payments.
- Or pay a $350 deposit, then a final amount of $749 after you approve the match.
- Take care of the children during scheduled hours. Normally between 20 and 25 hours each week.
- Help the children with their homework and assist in keeping children’s rooms and play areas clean.
- Tutor the children in conversational English.
- Prepare snacks and meals for the children and drop them off or pick them up from school or activities.
- Keep your private bedroom tidy.
- Don't keep late hours that will disturb your host family without their permission.
- Be between the ages of 18 and 27. (Female Au Pairs are placed quickly, while male Au Pairs can take a bit longer to be placed.)
- Have previous childcare/babysitting experience with references and a genuine love of children.
- Commit to a minimum of 2 months as an au pair in Italy.
- Provide a medical statement and a background check.
- Be interviewed by phone or Zoom to be accepted by the family.
- A driver’s license is preferred.
What You Will Earn
- You will earn a stipend of approximately €40 a week for 20 hours of child care including tutoring in conversational English.
- You may be asked to babysit a night or two, but your time is mostly your own except for the 20 to 25 hours of childcare and tutoring each week.
- Before you arrive in Italy, you will receive a timetable with duties and working days/hours, so you know exactly the working time. The family must respect your time off. Should the family require you to work outside the usual working hours this must be agreed by both sides and any extra hours worked must be paid.
- Personalized placement with a carefully screened host family. In other words, a place to call home in Italy.
- A private room and full board. In addition to your monthly stipend, you're getting your room and board free.
- Local support in Italy, 24/7.
- Pre-departure materials.
- Airfare to and from Italy.
- Meals when you're away from the host family and traveling independently.
- Spending money for personal expenses.
- International insurance.