Looking for work as a babysitter.
- 0 years paid experience
- Age 19
- Babysitter in Paramount, CA 90723
- Comfortable with pets
- Has a car
The majority of my life has revolved around doing many service hours.On a regular basis I would go out to help my local church with bringing in shipments of books for future students. Other days, I would be able to do little errands for my friend's family by mowing their lawn, cleaning out their garage, and help rearrange any furniture in their house that needed to be moved. I would be more than happy to take care of any services you need done. I am currently attending California State University Long Beach to get my degree in exercise science. I also have my own drivers license and have driven many places safely around LA, different beaches, and even to San Francisco. I have no reported car crashes and make sure that every trip I drive in to follow the rules of the road meticulously. For 2 years I was a Read more summer counselor for “Camp Savio” at the church, St. Dominic Savio. I gained major experience taking care of kids effectively and encouraging them how to have fun through many activities. A regular week would consist of various amount of games and field trips to the beach. I learned how being patient with kids and surrounding them with a safe environment can ultimately shape their personality they are grown up. It was only through the principles of Camp Savio that I learned to put the needs of my fellow campers ahead of me rather than my own stuff first. I even was able to build strong relationships with the kids I took take care of which was amazing to say the least. This summer task also came lots of work and discipline. The eagerness of the campers resulted in days more often than most where rules were enforced to ensure both safety and a smooth experience. Teaching the campers manners and proper etiquette to simple things such as the lunch lady serving their food were important as they were so young they didn’t really know any better. I learned how quickly some kids would lie to get out of situations and how some would act mean to other campers. It was only through time I figured out that as much as I want to be their friend and have fun, my job was to be the counselor first and then their friend. By the end of summer camp, I always came out each year with more knowledge and satisfaction that I made someone’s summer amazing and fun.
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- Generally available afternoons, evenings and late nights
- Daytime care availability during summer months
- After school care availability
Willing to care for 2 children per sitting
- Preschooler (age 4-5)
- Grade School (age 6-11)
- Pre-teen/ Teenage age (12+)
Special needs expand
- Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
- Meal Preparation
- Light Housekeeping
- Swimming Supervision
- Willing to run errands as needed
- Willing to drive children to events, school, appointments, or carpooling
- Finishing homework
- Checking answers
- Studying for a test
- Basic math
- Elementary science
- Earth science
- Essay writing
- Social studies
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