Young Expat Services (YES) is specialized in helping families relocate anywhere in the Netherlands. YES can provide the following services:
– Educational consultancy (help with everything concerning education).
– Assistance in finding the right local or international school.
– Dutch lessons for your children.
– Support in integration of the family in Dutch society.
All YES employees are Dutch and lived abroad as a child or later with their own families. So we know the ‘feeling’ of leaving your home country and having to adjust to a new culture. The Dutch education system is our specialism.
In addition to the services above, we offer a camp for Dutch expat children living abroad who want to work on their Dutch in combination with sports during the summer: Expatkamp.
YES is participant in the Expatcenter’s Partnership Programme.
Eline Hausel, owner and founder of Young Expat Services, is a Special Needs teacher with more than 14 years of professional experience in working with children with special needs in the Netherlands and abroad. Being an expat herself with her family of 4 children she fully understands the needs of children who have moved to a new country.
Elisabeth Ceulen is a child psychologist, primary school teacher, and mother of three grown-up daughters. She is currently working with children who have learning disabilities or need to learn Dutch as a second language. Elisabeth spent her childhood living abroad. She experienced first-hand having to adjust to a different culture and to master a new language at school. She loves working with children, and one of her goals is to improve self-esteem. Once a child feels more confident and at ease while working with Elisabeth, he or she will be more open to communicating with others in Dutch.
Anita Hensen is the YES school searcher and educational consultant. With an MA degree in management and organization she has worked as manager in several fields including day care and home care. She and her family with 3 children lived abroad for more than 6 years, so she knows how it feels to go through that insecure initial phase in a new country. Abroad she worked for a Dutch school.
Claudia Wag-Brans has more than 20 years of experience as a teacher in the Montessori education system. Beside being educated as a Montessori teacher she studied orthopedagogics, unfortunately that has just not resulted in a master degree because of her expanding family with 4 children.
|Mieky van Schijndel|
Mieky van Schijndel is a free-lance marketingconsultant, worked in the (digital) communications industry for 20 years and studied cyber psychology.
Annelous has multiple years experience in HR/ recruitment in combination with living abroad in 3 different continents (Europe, Asia & Africa) for over 16 years .
|Eliane van Oosten Slingeland|
My name is Eliane Slingeland. I live in Rotterdam with my husband and two young daughters. Until recently I was an expatriate myself living and working in Cyprus and Singapore. Before my experience abroad I also worked as a housing agent for 10 years in Amsterdam. Due to my own experience abroad, and as a mum who had to find her way in a new city, I bring relevant life experience as a Relocation Consultant. I find great joy in meeting new people and I am really looking forward to helping you with your exciting move to the Netherlands and helping you navigate the Dutch educational system in the area of Rotterdam, Den Haag & Delft.