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A Nanny in Austin, Texas 787052 Miles AwayAt a Glance: Female • Age 25 • No reviewsI am a graduate of University of Texas at Austin in Human Development and Family Sciences with a focus in Early Childhood Development. I am 24 years old and born and raised in Austin, Texas. I am currently looking for a babysitting position. I have taken care of children from...
A Nanny in Austin, Texas 787416 Miles AwayAt a Glance: Female • Age 22 • No reviewsMy name is Zoe I am 22 years old. I was born and raised in the United States and I have traveled all over the country. I have one sister and a lot of extended family who I am very close too. I also recently graduated from Ohio State University with a Bachelors in Japanese. I...
A Nanny in Austin, Texas 787572 Miles AwayAt a Glance: Female • Age 21 • No reviewsI am 20 years old female. I was born in Japan, raised in San Antonio, lilving in Austin at the moment. I have great experience in working with kids from volunteering in arts/crafts at recreation centers, teaching swim lessons and baby sitting on the weekends. I currently go to UT...
A Nanny in Austin, Texas 787024 Miles AwayAt a Glance: Female • Age 26 • No reviewsI moved to Austin about a month ago after a year teaching third grade in South Louisiana. I love working with children, especially in small group settings to ensure that each child is getting the attention he or she needs. I enjoy providing homework help and extra practice -...
A Nanny in Round Rock, Texas 7866515 Miles AwayAt a Glance: Female • Age 22 • No reviewsI have watched a few special needs children, mostly those with Autism, so I feel comfortable with that to. Children who perform repeated body movements, have an unusual attachment to a certain object or object(s) or shows a lack of empathy. These are a few things I'm used to and...