Au Pair Weekend Classes at Rutgers University
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Au pairs in New Jersey and surrounding states can earn the educational credits required under the J-1 visa program at new au pair weekend courses now offered at Rutgers University!
The Rutgers Office of Continuing Professional Education is pleased to present NEW weekend courses for au pairs!
Until recently, your only options for weekend au pair courses were programs held at LIU Post or Manhattanville College, but none of these schools is truly "local" for New Jersey au pairs. Now you have the convenient option of attending weekend au pair college classes at Rutgers University, located in nearby central New Jersey!
Weekend courses for au pairs are held at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, NJ. Housing is not included. However, onsite parking and transportation from the NJ Transit New Brunswick train station are available. For more details, please visit each course page or contact Carol Broccoli at email@example.com or 848-932-7207.
Reasons to Attend Rutgers Weekend Courses for Au Pairs
Earn 3 credits per weekend
Approximately 30 miles from New York City
Close to Philadelphia
Close to the Jersey Shore
Meet Au Pairs from all over the world
About the Rutgers University Office of Continuing Professional Education
Rutgers University has a long tradition of providing training to citizens of New Jersey. Since its founding in 1906 to the present, its Office of Continuing Professional Education (OCPE) has supported adult and continuous education by offering more than 250 individual courses and programs annually.
With more than 10,000 enrollments last year, OCPE's programming has launched the careers of public health professionals, improved the horticultural knowledge of landscapers, taught residents from across the state the importance of beekeeping – and that's just to name a few.
Questions about the Au Pair Weekend Courses? Contact Us!
Senior Program Coordinator: Carol Broccoli
Administrative Assistant: Claudine Oleskin