Au Pair in Italy

Italian Courses for Au Pair Program

Experiencing Italy and its culture is your lifelong dream?Have you ever wanted to live in the comfort of a host family teaching, taking care of children, while learning one of the most beautiful languages in the world? Are you between 18 and 30 years old?
Keep reading this page and you will know everything you need to make the first step towards your European adventure! Become an Au Pair in Italy!

What does it mean ``Being an Au Pair``?

An au pair is a domestic assistant from a foreign country working for, and living as part of, a host family. Typically, au pairs take on a share of the family’s responsibility for childcare as well as some housework, and receive a monetary allowance for personal use.

Why you should be an Au Pair in Italy?

What should we say to convince you? Italy is one of the most ancient country in Europe and we have 43 UNESCO sites (unlike any other country). We can proudly say that we have around 5.500 museum and archaeological areas. If you love nature you can make a trip to one of the 24 natural parks protected by the law. If you prefer having a beautiful night in a theater you can choose one of the 83.700 shows aired in one year. Moreover, if you are a food lover you definitely should come and taste one of the 176 products (DOP and IGP) while drinking one from the 358 selected wines (DOC and DOCG). Is that enough?

How can I find the right family for me?

Finding the right family is not always easy. You might be lucky and be totally comfortable with your new “family” but why take the risk? Wouldn’t it be better if to describe your necessities to a professional and put your fate in the hands of a serious agency? We recently have stipulated a partnership with Au Pair International Agency Italy, an extremely important non profit association that have as it’s objective to simplify the process of finding an host family for you.

What do i need to become an au pair?

In order to become an Au Pair in Italy, you need to:

The Au Pair program in Italy establishes that:

  • Au Pairs will work a maximum of 30 hours per week
  • Au Pairs will have 4 weeks paid holiday for a 12-months stay
  • Au Pairs will have at least one day off per week
  • Au Pairs will earn a monthly payment
  • Au Pairs will pay for the travel expenses to the Host Family’s country

Additional information:

  • Au Pairs who belong to a non-EU country member will have to apply for a visa. For that, visa requirements must be fulfilled and documents must be provided to the Italian consulate placed in their home country
  • Au Pairs from a non-EU country will need insurance from their home country
  • Au Pairs who come from any EU-country can apply for the European Health Insurance Card

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Phone: +39 06 97270665
Via Tibullo 16
Roma, 00193, Italy