Looking for work as a babysitter.
- 4 years paid experience
- Age 22
- Babysitter in Alhambra, CA 91801
- Comfortable with pets
Hi! My name is Briana! I always knew my love for kids! My family always seen it. When I turned 15 years old, my aunt asked me to babysit my cousins (7year old and 2 year old) This was the best decision I have ever made. I looked forward everyday to go and see them. They loved me and actually enjoyed doing their homework with me. It was the best summer I had. I would always try to make their homework fun. For example, I would pretend to be their teacher and they just loved it. I enjoyed it so much when they went back to school I decided I wanted to keep working with kids. I got hired at Michael’s arts and craft store and would have a class with kids every weekend. I would help them with crafts and it was great! Now I want to keep being Read more with kids. I actually pursing my Bachelor degree at the moment in criminal justice. My goal is to be a kid counselor in this field . To help kids and make them happy and give them what every single kid deserves.
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