Looking for work as a babysitter.
- 4 years paid experience
- Age 27
- Babysitter in Los Angeles, CA 90016
- Comfortable with pets
Hi, my name is Atlantis and I feel I can be a great fit to your family. Just a bit about myself. I have been employed as a tutor, sub teacher, and babysitter for the last 5 years-since I graduated from college. I do what I do for a living because I love children and I love happy families and mentoring kids. In fact, I have built a relationship with many parents, and as a result, they ask me to watch their children, tutor them, or simply keep in touch. I have had much success in the past helping children with school work or just being a mentor. My goal as a mentor is to remind children that regardless of where they come from or what struggles they have, they matter. When I was a sub teacher, I give kids a chance. "Bad kids" don't exist, because every child deserves Read more a chance, and that's my message. I take my time to understand and relate to them, and my goal is to build their self-esteem, enhance learning skills, and standing as a mentor. Thank you so much for taking the time to read my inquiry and I hope we will speak to each other soon! Best, Atlantis
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