Looking for work as a nanny.
- 4 years paid experience
- Age 20
- Nanny in Half Moon Bay, CA 94019
- Comfortable with pets
Hello! I am currently a 20 year old college student, pursuing my dream to major in Criminal Justice. I have been working at a restaurant for almost 3 years and a retail store for almost a year, but I have decided that I want to let go of both jobs and do something I enjoy doing, being around kids! I do have experience with kids, as I babysat two children under the age of 3, but unfortunately they moved away. When I was on independent study I also took the responsibility to help my mom with my, now, 2 year old brother when he was months old and she was working. I am currently a nanny of a 6 year old, but unfortunately our schedules are changing. I am a super responsible and a dependable person, as I do have bills to pay. Work and school will always come first Read more before anything else so you can rely on me being there when needed. I hope I can be trusted with your children, as I will make my priority their safety, to be fun, helpful, and responsible! Than you!
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