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Looking for work as a babysitter.

  • 0 years paid experience
  • Age 18
  • Babysitter in Rancho Cordova, CA 95670

Meet Lily

  • Comfortable with pets

I’m a senior at Cordova High School, and I’m very involved in school and in the community. I’m one of the yearbook editors at my school, and I participate in a club dedicated solely to volunteering. At Key club we volunteer around the community, helping at the Mather Field Air Show, the Christmas Lighting, going to surrounding elementary schools and helping them with their events along with giving free food to those in need. Helping others is something i’m passionate about, the littlest action can go a long way. I want to be a sitter because I work really well with kids, and eventually want to become an elementary school teacher, being able to make a difference in everybody’s lives is something I want to achieve as I grow.

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  • Generally available afternoons, evenings and weekends
  • Daytime care availability during summer months
  • After school care availability

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