Looking for work as a babysitter.
- 4 years paid experience
- Age 20
- Babysitter in San Francisco, CA 94118
- Comfortable with pets
Hii! My name is Hunter and I am an only child. However, growing up I lived with three of my younger cousins on our farm down in the central valley. Babysitting has always come naturally to me as I had to act as an older brother early on in my life to mentor my cousins. In addition to this, my grandma was handicapped when I turned 12, so I had to take responsibility for learning how to do household chores for the entire family: washing dishes, sweeping, mopping, laundry, occasional cooking, etc. Aside from helping with my family, I started officially babysitting three years ago. I first started for my high school principal's kids and my basketball coaches kids as a way to save up for college. I continue to babysit throughout my college experience in an effort to pay for tuition :) Some fun facts about me: I'm studying Read more computer science I'm a part of my university's basketball practice team I'm a part-time physical trainer I worked as a chef in high school I'm a first-generation college student I work for a non-profit where I teach kids how to code. I absolutely love dogs!
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