Au pair in Germany - Steps
Become an au pair in Germany

Explore Germany, learn a new language, make international friends and see a whole new world through the eyes of your German children.

 
Au pair in Germany
Become an au pair in Germany

Explore Germany, learn a new language, make international friends and see a whole new world through the eyes of your German children.

 
Au pair in Germany - Steps
Become an au pair in Germany

Explore Germany, learn a new language, make international friends and see a whole new world through the eyes of your German children.

 
Au pair in Germany - Requirement
Become an au pair in Germany

Explore Germany, learn a new language, make international friends and see a whole new world through the eyes of your German children.

 
Au pair in Germany - Family
Become an au pair in Germany

Explore Germany, learn a new language, make international friends and see a whole new world through the eyes of your German children.

 
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English Tutor Profile & Responsibilities

English Tutors have the following profile

English tutors are young people between 18 and 30 years old with some background in working with children and/or teenagers. This could include tutoring kids after school, teaching as a substitute or assistant teacher, counselling at a summer camp, babysitting or many more. Additionally, you should be in good mental and physical health, mature and have a genuine interest in living in a different culture.

If you match the program requirements, we look forward to hearing from you!

English Tutor responsibilities

Each host family is different and therefore the responsibilities will slightly vary. This will have to do with the age of the children or the daily schedule of the host family. However, the maximum hours and the type of work you are asked to do are laid out and are accepted by each family prior to the program start and include the following:

  • Teaching English to the children and possibly adults of the family for a maximum of 15 hours per week
  • Helping in the house just as a regular family member

Most of the time German host families have children who learn English in school and who are looking for some additional language support at home. Sometimes also the parents might be interested in brushing up on their English with you. During the application process you will have the opportunity to speak with your prospective host family on the phone. During the conversation it is important to talk about each others' expectations for the program. You should also speak with the host family about the exact schedule and what type of language support they are interested in.