May of 2016 I graduated with honors from Molloy College. I am the Vice President of a women's empowerment non-profit that is primarily based in Long Island and New York City. I am a former division 1 and 2 basketball player and I have been involved in many camps, training sessions and events with children of all ages. I have done a sports camp at my high school with 3rd-8th graders. I babysat for an 18-month-old boy and a 6-year-old girl for an entire summer and I used to do date night babysitting for 2 different families with children ages 1-2. I am have previously babysat early mornings for a 6-month-old little girl and I absolutely adored her and her family! I am currently looking working as the National Young Leadership Coordinator of the Alzheimer's Foundation of America. I am looking for occasional babysitting, or date night sitting.
Jan 11th, 2021
I initially offered her the job in the interview based on her experience. However, something kept bothering me hours after so I emailed her and withdrew the offer with feedback "You were constantly walking around; Putting the phone down to change into a sweater in the MIDDLE of the interview because you had to take the dog out?! (I'm not a friend and it was quite rude); More walking around and kissing your lips to call your dog. It came across as unprofessional and disrespectful - not respectful of me as a potential employer, my time, the interview and the job. In an interview, you have only a short amount of time to impress an interviewer and in addition to your experience, it's the little things that count." Her reply was unapologetic. She said "YOU ALSO STOPPED TO HAVE AN ENTIRE CONVERSATION WITH TWO PEOPLE PEOPLE AS WE WERE ON THE PHONE AS WELL." Before I blocked her I reminded her that I said 'Can you excuse me-my Nanny was calling.' She is not the type of person you want.
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