Looking for work as a babysitter.
- 5 years paid experience
- Age 20
- Babysitter in Norwalk, CA 90650
- Comfortable with pets
- Has a car
Hi guys, I’m Jasmine! I love being a sitter because I feel like I was born to care for others! Just being able to help mold a child and be the one to make a positive affect on someone’s life is so rewarding and it has carried on with me in all parts of my life. My journey as a babysitter started in middle school when my brothers were born, and my parents didn’t have much help, so I basically helped raise them. From there, I began watching kids of family friends and I loved it! It just became so natural to me, so I then got a job at an after school program and got experience at both elementary, and middle schools. Caring for others has become so much apart of my life, that I have started a nurse assistant class to learn to care for the elderly as Read more well and I will be completely certified in November. I’m CPR/AED/First aid certified as well. In the future, I hope to one day be a registered nurse in a pediatric center, and continue to do what I love and help children. I look forward to meeting your family and creating a fun, energetic, consistent environment for your children!
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