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Looking for work as a babysitter.

  • 1 year paid experience
  • Age 18
  • Babysitter in Moreno Valley, CA 92555

Meet Maya

Hello! I am an 18-year old college student at Westmont College and am home for the summer. I am a kinesiology major and am very active. I adore children, especially on the younger side (0-4) but love being around children in general. I grew up around all ages of children at my own babysitter's house and have grown to love being around them ever since. I have had previous experience with a special needs child and have tutored and babysat him, but otherwise, have just grown up around all ages of children (no need to lie). I am more than willing to learn what is needed and preferred for your child, but otherwise would give your child the best possible care! Feel free to ask questions or for my resume and I'd be more than happy to share it with you!

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