International Parents Group

 There’s a great new resource for connecting with other bi-cultural families called International Parents. Not only is there on-line networking, but there are regular coffee mornings and other events.  Caroline, the dynamic woman heading up this project has lots of ideas for the future of this group, so I suggest lookinginto joining.

 

 

http://www.internationalparents.net/beta

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3 Comments

  1. Caroline said,

    March 10, 2010 at 7:49 am

    Hi Isabelle,

    No, its free for individuals to join with a basic membership, the idea being to be as many as possible to connect as many as possible!

    However joining is by invitation from current members or network representatives so as to ensure a cohesive and selective membership. Please contact me and introduce yourself through the comments section of the International Parents blog ( internationalparents.net) and if you’re not a nerdy teenage boy looking for trouble, you’ll receive a sign up link!;-)

    To make the network sustainable, there is a fee for organizations wishing to get a group membership as well as for professionals wishing to appear more prominently and be contactable by all, including visitors to the site.

    When you sign up you’ll ge the invite to the next coffee morning.

  2. isabelle said,

    March 9, 2010 at 9:57 pm

    Hi, I tried looking up that website but couldn’t progress much on the adhesion page … how does it work? is it fee paying ? if so, how much is it ?
    when is the next coffee morning in Aix ?

  3. Caroline said,

    March 7, 2010 at 8:18 pm

    Thanks for mentioning the Intl Parents network Amy. It seems you enjoyed our March coffee morning about ” Feeling pretty in Aix”, with “guest star” and stylist Rachel Butterworth! 😉

    Our coffee morning topics are as diverse as our needs: they range from Education to Working in France, to Tax issues.

    So far we’re in Aix but would love to have representatives in all major cities wround the world, where our members and potential members are.

    Contact me if you’d like to join International Parents, through the blog at internationalparents.net, or ask Amy to invite you.


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