Looking for work as a babysitter.
- 1 year paid experience
- Age 20
- Babysitter in Chico, CA 95926
- Comfortable with pets
I’m a 20 year old college student majoring in psychology at Butte College. I am CPR and first aid trained. I’ve house sit, pet sit, and babysit many times over the years. I’ve been babysitting since I was 12 years old and before that I was always watching my baby brother. When I was in highschool I took multiple classes about child care and development specifically meant to prepare me for a career in child care after highschool, and volunteered in elementary school classes as well. One of the teachers I volunteered for gave me a letter of recommendation which I can provide upon request. I can cook and clean just about anything. I can change a diaper and make a bottle. I’m in the process of getting my license but with everything going on with COVID-19 the DMV is closed so I can’t take the driving test. I will Read more be making an appointment as soon as it reopens though and have other means of traveling for the time being. I like to think I have a very outgoing easy to get along with attitude. I’m very responsible, attentive, and patient when dealing with stressful situations. And just about nothing can’t gross me out.
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