A Basque in Boise

American au-pairs needed in the Basque Country

You might have already seen this announcement if you subscribe to Astero (NABO’s free Basque news and information service), but I found it very interesting and I thought it wouldn’t hurt to share it here as well.

Unai Ugarte says: We are a Basque speaking family with two kids ages 3 and 6 months. We live in Biscay, in the town of Lemoiz, 2 miles from the town of Gorliz and 16 miles from Bilbao City.  We are currently looking for an American au pair girl but the ones offering are obviously looking to learn Spanish within their host families. We on the contrary are speaking Basque with our children.  There are several possibilities to be explored to complete the learning process on her stay, according to her interests and profile since the kids are staying at school from 9 am to 4 pm during the week.  We live in an old Basque Home, totally renewed twenty years ago. Last year we renewed the bottom floor and there we have a bathroom and a big bedroom with a studying table, an armchair a TV and internet connection.  Unai Ugarte at artamoiz@gmail.com.

Izaskun Arretxe says: We are a couple with 2 kids (8 months and 3 years old ) living in Aretxabaleta (Basque Country) and we are looking for an english speaker au pair for 3 to 6 months.  The idea is taking care and play with our kids a few hour per day (about 6pm to 8pm) so the rest of the day will be free.  We can offer accomodation and food, anyway, for more details send us an email:  iarretxe@grupodeitec.com.

Miren Tere says: Babysitter needed from the beginning of June to the end of August, 2012 (flexible). June will be in Gasteiz, July and August in Lekeitio.

The children are 4 and 6 years old, a girl and a boy. The working hours will be 5 1/2 h from Monday to Friday, with a salary or 80 Euros per week. The babysitter will live with the family and will have a private room. All meals are included.

Requirements:

–       Be 18 or older and have some experience taking care of children
–       Speak English and some Basque

For more information write to Miren Tere in Basque at mtbedialauneta@sanviator.es.

You can sign up for Astero (which means “weekly” in Basque) by sending an email to info@nabasque.org.

Thanks for passing by: ↓

irune Maria Jesusl Steven Roosevelt

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