My name is Hanna, and I am from Colorado. I am working in D.C. while I complete research for my Master's thesis.
I love the outdoors, whether that's going for a walk, biking, or playing in the park. I'm a big fan of games, most recently honing my skills in Headbanz and Go Fish. I've also been an avid reader all my life, including Harry Potter and Lord of the Rings.
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Hello, My name is Mayah and I am a junior at American University majoring in psychology; my career aspirations are to become a secondary school teacher. I have been working with children since I was 15 and it is something I am very passionate about. I began by volunteering at schools, daycares, and camps. I have also worked at a few summer camps. In past semesters I volunteered at Wilson High Scho
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My name is Mamie, but I go by my middle name, Errin. I'm from Lithonia, Georgia but currently attend Howard University studying Legal Communications with a minor in Naval Science. I have babysat my neighbors two children, one who was six months and the other who was seven years old, on weekends during the summer or whenever they needed me and I also would look after my younger cousin, who is three
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Hi! My name is Gaby. I am working as a waitress and babysitting. I have been babysitting for about 8 years for kids ranging from 4 months to 12 years old and I am a big sister to my 8 and 14 year old brothers. I'm very interested in how kids think and i like the idea of positively influencing them and being a role model. I love going outside and playing games and being around kids in general makes
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Hi - My name is Ramya and I'm a teacher currently working at DCPS. I've been working with kids since I was 15 and absolutely love it. I started as a counselor at Camp Kesem, a camp for kids whose parents have or have had cancer. I then started teaching first then second grade in DC and loved it. I'm taking a bit of a break from the classroom to work within DCPS's central office. Over the last