Ages 18-29 years Become Au Pair in China      

If you are the one between 18 to 29 years old (not having turned 30 upon arrival),at least a high school graduate or equivalent,and you are proficient in spoken English…… just join LoPair and make a difference in your gap year with LoPair! Apply now! And let's see how does it work:



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BASIC CONDITIONS


As set forth by the China Au Pair Association,

an Au Pair qualified for a LoPair Au Pair China program must be:

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  • Between 18 to 29 years old (not having turned 30 upon arrival)

  • At least a high school graduate or equivalent

  • Proficient in spoken English

  • In good health, and physically fit

  • With no criminal record

IN ADDITION,WE REQUIRE OUR AU PAIRS TO HAVE

Au Pairs must pass Interviews conducted by a LoPair Representative

or its International Partner, and provide all application materials as requested.

  • pic-63.pngA real passion for working with children

  • 中国.pngOpenness towards the Chinese culture and lifestyle

  • 14536243704736936004.pngGood communication skills

Application

    Application form: Fill out our online application form.

    Consultation: An International Partner (IP) or an Overseas Representative (OR) of LoPair will be in touch with you upon short notice and will arrange an interview with you.

    Pre-Screening: Upon acceptance following the pre-screening procedure, you will be provided with a set of program application materials by the IP or OR.

    Documents submission: Once your application is completed, you will be notified and will enter the Matching Pool, where your file will be circulated to several potential families.

The Matching Process

Mutual matching: LoPair or its IP will provide you with potential Host Family Profiles, one family at a time. Normally the potential Host Family will contact you shortly after you receive their profile via email, phone call, or video meetings. 

Confirming offer: You will have 48 hours to confirm if you would like to work with a potential family who decided to choose you as their new Au Pair.Normally the potential Host Family will contact you shortly after you receive their profile via email, phone call, or video meetings. 

Signing agreement: Once a match is made, you and your Host Family need to sign a placement agreement to finalize tasks and schedules during your stay. 

Visa Application and Pre-Departure

Visa application:LoPair’s IP or OR will provide you with visa application materials and hands-on guide.

Logistic arrangements: LoPair will assist you with air ticket booking, insurance, arrival arrangements, etc.

Pre-departure preparation: LoPair’s IP or OR will provide you with pre-departure materials to help you prepare for your stay as an Au Pair in China.