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Gerre I.|Washington, DC

$25-35/hr 10 yrs exp 38 yrs old

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Hello. My name is Gerre and I love working with children. I have many years of experience caring for children as a preschool teacher. I plan structured activities for the child throughout the day. The activities consist of reading, writing, counting, shapes, colors, science, and crafts. I do not like to sit in the house, so I am looking for a position where weekly trips to the zoo, museums and parks are permitted. If you are interested, please feel free to contact me and tell me about your family and what you are looking for in a nanny. I look forward to hearing from you.
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Reviewed by Meganne A. 5/5 stars
Gerre is an excellent caregiver and great with kids! Gerre came to work for us on short notice when our nanny need to deal with a family issue at home for 2 months and we count ourselves lucky that she did. Gerre was fantastic with our twins--who admittedly can be a handful--and our infant. We have no reservations recommending Gerre for your family. She is conscientious, attentive, creative, and punctual. In addition, Gerre has been flexible in working with us and our work schedules and has always shown up to work with a positive disposition and an excitement for the day. Gerre was responsible for getting the twins to their daytime activities and did so without fail. She absolutely loves babies and our baby loved her right back! She smiles every time Gerre comes in the room and even when she hears her voice on the phone. All in all, we were very happy with Gerre.
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Kia S.|Washington, DC

$15-25/hr 4 yrs exp 28 yrs old

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I am a recent graduate of Georgetown University with a Master in Public Policy (MPP). Prior to graduate school, I earned a BSEd from Northwestern University in Secondary Education in History and English. After undergrad, I spent four years teaching high school history and English in Croatia and then in the suburbs of Chicago. I have multiple years of experience babysitting children ranging in ages from six months to mid-teenagers. I have one year of experience working as an assistant camp counselor and full-time nanny for two children aged six months and three years. I have two years experience tutoring middle school special needs students in all subjects and working on reading comprehension improvement.
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Reviewed by Amy G. 5/5 stars
Kia is a very patient, smart, and kind caretaker. She came to us at a very stressful time for our family due to the pandemic and helped to care for our three children while they had virtual school and my husband and I worked from home. She was able to connect with and form positive relationships with all three of my high-energy children, aged 3, 7, and 10, each of which is at a very different developmental stage. She helped my son with school work and kept our 3-year-old engaged throughout the day while her older siblings were online learning. She also cared for our kids during the summer break. She is friendly, reliable, and dependable. I highly recommend her without reservation.
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How much does it cost to hire a nanny in Washington, DC?
Hiring a nanny service in Washington, DC through Care.com will cost an average of $17.50 per hour as of November 2020. This rate may vary depending on the experience each nanny has, whether you need a full-time or part-time nanny, how many kids you have, and the age of your children.
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If you need help finding a nanny, Care.com currently has 387 in Washington, DC. You can search for nannies by their distance from Washington and compare your options by comparing by hourly pay rate, experience, and what ages of kids each nanny is looking to care for. You can also read reviews from other families in Washington that have worked with the nannies you're interested in interviewing.
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