Looking for work as a nanny.
- 13 years paid experience
- Age 27
- Nanny in Long Beach, CA 90803
- Comfortable with pets
- Has a car
Hello my name is Cara. Many would describe me as a patient, outgoing, hardworking, and loving individual. My childcare career started at the age of 12, watching after all the neighborhood kids. When I reached High school I joined a recreational administrator class where I taught large groups of elementary students outdoor activities and team building. I was employed at a gym for over a year, and became a supervisor in the child care facility. I was later trained with the company CARD as a behavioral therapist and worked one on one with children on the spectrum. Sine then I have continued to nanny and babysit for various families. I took a small break from being a nanny when I decided to start my own family. I currently have a 3 1/2-year-old little boy and absolutely love being a mom! I am passionate about child growth and development, some of Read more my favorite activities to do with kids consist of reading, playing outdoors, interactive music, and arts and crafts.
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