Western Washington’s snow has melted, the birds are chirping and summer is just around the corner. For most kids in the puget sound area, summer will come later than usual. The five snow days seen by Seattle Public Schools and others around the region have pushed school back to nearly the end of June.
For parents, this means a delay in finding activities and childcare for kids, but it also may interrupt prior plans for camps at the end of June.
A summer nanny can provide an extra hand to replace the structured school days whether the kids are in camps or need someone to facilitate keeping them busy.
Some of the best nannies come from local universities but not all of them can meet your families needs. Through years of recruiting, screening and hiring tutors from these universities, we’ve found a select few that also have exception childcare experience and references.
Summer Nanny Resumes
What are some of the skills and experience we look for in great nannies?
- Exceptional references
- At least one summer of childcare experience
- Relevant Academic Interest, including:
- Early Childhood Education
- Skills to keep kids busy during the summer
- swimming instruction
- Driving experience
- Reviewing resume and other materials
- Reference Checks
- Background Checks
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