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    March 24 @ 9:00 am - 7:00 pm
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    April 9 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
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    May 5 @ 9:00 am - 7:00 pm

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About ASE


Joachim Krautz
Joachim studied philology and linguistics at the universities of Tübingen, Stuttgart and Massachusetts. He came to Ireland in the 1990s where he first taught at the Departments of German and Philosophy at University College Cork. After several years as a freelance technical translator as well as a writer/editor of Leaving Cert teaching aids, he set up the cultural exchange agency ASE. Joachim is involved in the day-to-day administrative tasks of the Au pair programme as well as the high school programme.

Janina Marmarinos
A native of Cologne, Germany's carnival capital on the Rhine, Janina studied Oriental languages at the University of Bochum. After a stint in Japan, she came to Ireland - first as an Au pair, then she returned to Cork for good and joined the ASE team. Janina is the contact person for our Au pairs and is involved in the organisation of our various events and sight seeing tours.

Daniela Rohleder
Daniela is from the region of Swabia in the Southwest of Germany. She came to Ireland first as an Au pair and then she stayed on for several years being the ASE coordinator for Au pair activities. Currently, Daniela is doing a degree at the University of Heidelberg but she continues to be the administrator for the ASE Facebook page.

Registered Office: Sean Chearta, Lisladeen, Berrings, Co. Cork, Ireland.
Tel: 087-9956218 / 087-3142909
www.aupairserviceeurope.com info@nullaupairserviceeurope.com.

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