Au Pair Netherlands
Au Pair Netherlands

Experience Dutch culture and contribute a valuable skill.

The term “au pair” means “on par” or “equal,” meaning you’re meant to be on equal terms with your host family. As an au pair you’ll live with a welcoming host family, care for your host children for up to 30 hours per week, and experience the Netherlands as a local. This intercultural experience is a great way to help others, improve your childcare skills, and gain insight into Dutch culture.

Key Info

Location

Location

Suburbs of major cities such as Amsterdam, Rotterdam, and Utrecht

Program Dates

Program Dates

Start year-round

Application Deadline

Application Deadline

Sign up at least 4 months before your desired travel date

Duration

Duration

11-12 months

Requirements

  • 18-30 years old at program start date
  • U.S. citizen
  • Graduate of an accredited U.S. high school
  • At least 200 hours of childcare experience
  • Driver’s license (preferred)

Program Highlights

Opportunity to Learn

Opportunity to Learn

About the Netherlands and improve your childcare and language skills

Become Part of a Family Abroad

Become Part of a Family Abroad

Help with your host children's development

Friends from Around the World

Friends from Around the World

Connect with fellow au pairs from all over the globe

Exciting Locations

Exciting Locations

Placements in the suburbs of cities such as Amsterdam and Utrecht

Welcoming Hosts

Welcoming Hosts

Stipend, private bedroom, and all meals included

Program Highlights

Process

Sign Up

Sign Up

Complete our online application. We’ll contact you within a day or two.

Connect

Connect

Meet your host family through video chat. If you’re happy with them, we’ll advise on the next steps.

Travel

Travel

Get your flight and visa and head to the Netherlands to join your new family!

U.S. Department of State-Designated J-1 Visa Sponsor
Alliance for International Exchange
Exclusive partner of the Erasmus Student Network for J-1 Visa sponsorship of internships in the U.S.
European-American Chamber of Commerce New York
Generation Study Abroad
Global Ties U.S.
International Au Pair Association
WYSE Travel Confederation