Local Resident to Serve as a Resource for Parents Seeking Alternative Childcare Options

April 28,2017
the staff of the Ridgewood blog

Midland Park NJ,  Responding to the increasing demand for quality live-in childcare, Cultural Care Au Pair has recently added Jeneca Parker to its growing number of  local resources for the Bergen County area. As a Cultural Care Au Pair local childcare consultant (LCC), Parker will provide service and support to host families and their au pairs throughout the program year.

Parker is part of a nationwide network of more than 600 Cultural Care Au Pair local childcare consultants dedicated to promoting global understanding through intercultural exchange. Parker will advise area au pairs and their host families on educational opportunities, as well as organize fun activities for the entire extended Cultural Care Au Pair family to enjoy.

“Our hands-on local childcare consultants are a key part of the success of Cultural Care Au Pair, and one of many reasons why families come back to us year after year for flexible and affordable live-in childcare,” said Susan Robinson, Vice President of Communication for Cultural Care Au Pair. “Jeneca is a terrific and knowledgeable source for anyone in Bergen County who is interested in getting more information on hosting an au pair.”

Originally from Orlando, Fl, Jeneca Parker currently resides in Midland Park, NJ with her husband, Robbyn, son Harrison, and au pair, Tamara from Brazil. In addition to being a LCC, she works as an Assistant Principal of a high school in the south Bronx. She loves all things international and has a deeply rooted interest in cultural exchange and education. She received her Bachelor’s degree from Furman University in International Development Studies and studied abroad in over a dozen countries throughout Asia, Latin America, Africa, and Europe. She earned her first Master’s degree in Special Education, and her second Master’s in School Leadership from Bank Street College. Her background includes a variety of experiences that have uniquely prepared her for working with Cultural Care’s au pairs and host families.

Parker is currently interviewing families who are interested in hosting an au pair. As a community resource on alternative childcare and intercultural exchange, she can be reached at [email protected] to answer any questions. Interested families may also visit Cultural Care Au Pair online at www.jparker.aupairnews.com.

About Cultural Care Au Pair

Cultural Care Au Pair has provided au pair childcare to American families for over 25 years, and in that time has placed more than 100,000 au pairs in American homes. A division of EF Education and a U.S. Department of State regulated program, Cultural Care Au Pair is headquartered in Cambridge, Mass., with an extensive network of recruitment, screening and orientation offices worldwide. For more information about hosting an au pair, visit www.culturalcare.com or call 800-333-6056.