Looking for work as a babysitter.
- 0 years paid experience
- Age 24
- Babysitter in Montebello, CA 90640
- Comfortable with pets
I was born and raised in Los Angeles to a Spanish speaking household. I grew up with children running around the house; a few were my siblings, others were cousins and neighbors. I began babysitting at the age of 12 years old because my grandmother ran a small at home daycare. As I got older I realized I loved working with children so I began to volunteer at a preschool in my freshman year of high school. Then, during my undergraduate years at UCSB I began to tutor and mentor middle school and high school adolescents. I have followed my passion for working with children and adolescents to my adulthood as I pursue a Masters in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis in marriage and family therapy. I am currently a student at Pepperdine University and an MFT trainee providing therapy to children ages 5 to 17 years old. I am Read more seeking an opportunity to be your sitter because I believe that it is important to spend your day doing something you enjoy.
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