There are a lot of things that families look for when going through the hiring process. One way to set a great first impression is to help them get to know you through a sitter or Nanny Portfolio. Jada Rashawn, an experienced nanny and family consultant, breaks this down.

What’s A Nanny Portfolio?

A visual representation and proof of your experience. It paints a picture of what hiring you could potentially look like.

What Should Be In A Nanny Portfolio?

  1. Letter to Potential Employer
  2. Letters of Recommendation
  3. References
  4. Certifications
  5. Examples of Activities that Showcase Your Style of Care
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Think of your child care provider portfolio as an extension of your Sittercity profile. Get creative—this is your time to shine. The extra effort made alone is going to speak volumes. You’ll stand out and it will speak to how you value this industry, families who need care, and yourself.

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