Looking for work as a nanny.
- 12 years paid experience
- Age 24
- Nanny in San Mateo, CA 94402
- Comfortable with pets
Hello! I've loved working with kids for as long as I can remember. As a kid, I couldn't wait until I was old enough to babysit. Now, after 12 years, I still love working with kids. Most of my experience comes from babysitting, but in more recent years I have been a part time nanny for different families. I worked 3 days a week with 3 girls, ages 3, 5 and 7; twins, age 2, also three days a week; I traveled to Thailand for 3 months with two girls, ages 1 and 3. I also worked with a family where I was homeschooling two boys, in 1st and 3rd grades. After all this, I worked for a school year as an associate teacher in a 2nd grade class, working specifically with a special-ed child. Most recently, I was a full-time nanny for a 3 year old, with the intent Read more of speaking Spanish with her. I am a fluent Spanish speaker, being half Colombian. Currently, I am studying towards a bachelor's degree in child development. I'm easy going, fun, loving, a great listener, and lover of kids. I am from California, and just moved to Fort Collins with my husband. I would love the opportunity, thank you for your time! Let me know if you have any questions!
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