Looking for work as a babysitter.
- 6 years paid experience
- Babysitter in San Bruno, CA 94066
- Comfortable with pets
Hi my name is Alma, I'm a current full time student at San Francisco State University where I'm working to earn my bachelor's degree in liberal arts (majoring in Chinese Mandarin.) I recently began my third year teaching with a non profit called Mission Graduates. I have experience working at bilingual immersion elementary, as a 2nd grade after school teacher. This non profit is creating a college-going culture in the Mission District. Just to share a bit about my job, as an afterschool teacher, my job is to execute lessons that align with SFUSD common core. This includes implementing creative and unqiue ways to engage students but also assure them that our classroom is a safe space. I am currently working on paying off my school debt and I am looking for evening/weekend work to reach my goal. I am a fast learner and have a lot of patience. I Read more love to try new activities and explore new places. I have an enormous passion of working with kiddos of all ages. My position as a an after school teacher requires me to have an up-to-date TB test and background check. I am more than willing to provide documentation as proof.
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