“Au Pair” means “on par” in French or “on equal terms” which represents the main objective of our program; to provide “equal” cultural exchange for young adults (au pair) and Spanish host families. Au pairs are young foreign students aged between 18 and 30 years old who leave their own country in order to improve their knowledge of the spanish language and culture while they live as a member of a spanish host family. In return for full board, lodgings and weekly pocket money an Au Pair is expected to help with the children: babysitting, helping the children get dressed, making breakfast, light meal preparation, keeping their rooms tidy, taking them to school and collecting them at the end of the day, teaching them your language. Additionally an Au Pair can be expected to help in the home with light household duties such as dusting, hoovering, ironing children clothes, bed-making and some simple cooking. “Au pair” placement form, which has existed for a long time, is particularly popular for it enables young people to get to know a country and other foreign languages throughly without too much cost and with a realistic impression of its way of life and culture. There is no better way to experience the culture of a country than by living as one of its citizens and sharing their day to day routine.