InterExchange Pledges to Keep Au Pair USA Program Fees Low for Host Families in 2010.

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Despite the increasing cost of childcare nationwide, the price of their Au Pair USA live-in childcare program will not increase in 2010. Reapplying Host Families will pay less than last year with new 2010 incentives and discounts.

Our most important priority is to provide the best quality childcare to American families at the best prices.

InterExchange, a New York City based cultural exchange organization, announced that despite the increasing cost of childcare nationwide, the price of their Au Pair USA live-in childcare program will not increase in 2010. Furthermore, in a move to benefit host families who are renewing their participation in the program, Au Pair USA is offering a $500 discount off the program fees. This means that reapplying families will actually pay less in 2010 than they did in 2009. Lastly, host families who wish to have their au pair extend beyond the original 12-month program length are eligible for over $2,000 savings off the normal Program Fees. These new savings makes Au Pair USA one of the most affordable childcare options available.

Au Pair USA, a leading au pair agency, matches international childcare providers with families in the US. “As a non-profit organization with over 20 years of experience, we know how important it is for families across America to choose affordable, flexible childcare” said Michael McHugh, Program Director for Au Pair USA. “Our most important priority is to provide the best quality childcare to American families at the best prices.” The 2010 program fee remains as low as $320 per week for participating families, which includes the agency program fees, insurance, au pair stipends and education allowance.

Satisfied host families in the program are also able to repeat with a new au pair and will receive a larger discount in 2010: $500 off their program fee. Repeat host families can enjoy the same high level of customer service, trust and dependability by choosing Au Pair USA for another au pair. In difficult economic times, families are looking to au pair agencies to offer the best incentives, and Au Pair USA as a non-profit agency pledges to keep costs low through 2010.

InterExchange Au Pair USA connects qualified, caring au pairs from around the world with welcoming families in the USA, and provides affordable childcare with the added benefit of cultural exchange. InterExchange (http://www.interexchange.org) is a non-profit organization, dedicated to promoting cultural awareness through a wide range of work and travel, language, volunteer, professional training, internship, and au pair programs within the United States and around the world. InterExchange is designated by the US Department of State to sponsor the J-1 Exchange Visitor Visa.

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