Looking for work as a nanny.
- 4 years paid experience
- Age 22
- Nanny in Los Angeles, CA 90016
- Comfortable with pets
I have always had experience working with kids. Even before I was old enough to have a job I was head coach of my little brothers youth basketball team and yes the adult coaches would get upset losing to a 14 year old coach. I began working in childcare when I was 16 at Lifetime Fitness in Las Vegas. While with this company I would organize events, teach classes for children, coach sporting events, keep children safe and entertained. Help kids with homework if needed. I was also a Summer Camp Counselor for three years. Keep an organized and safe environment for up to 100 children each day. Supervise the kids during swimming events. Maintain a relationship with the parents and make all members of the family feel safe and welcomed when arriving to the childcare center. I stayed with the company for 4 years before I moved out to Read more Los Angeles to continue schooling. I would love to now get back into working with children because I believe having a positive impact on kids life's can change their way of living forever.
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