Looking for work as a babysitter.
- 5 years paid experience
- Age 18
- Babysitter in Fair Oaks, CA 95628
- Comfortable with pets
- Has a car
I am a graduating high school senior looking for a summer job before heading off to college. This may sound a little young, but I have a lot of experience with kids. I have been a program aide at a Girl Scouts summer camp for the past 4 years, where I was in charge of about 12 preschoolers-first graders, along with 1 other adult. I have also babysat for a girl for three complete days a week, every week, since she was 2. She is now 9, so it has been 7 years of this. I've also had some experience babysitting an infant a few times. I have been CPR and First Aid trained and certified, though it has been a couple of years so the certification has expired. I have still had the training, however.
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- Generally available mornings, afternoons, evenings and weekends
- Daytime care availability during summer months
Willing to care for children per sitting
$10-$100/hr for the first child, $1 for each additional child
- Toddlers (age 1-3)
- Preschooler (age 4-5)
- Grade School (age 6-11)
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