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Teresa G
George Washington University
Systems Engineering, minor in International Affairs
5 years as a swim teacher (WSI) and lifeguard (kids age 1-15)3 years teaching figure skating lessons (kids age 4-15)3 years Preschool Holiday Fair volunteer (Faceprinting & spin-art)7 glorious years of babysitting3 younger siblings

exercise (Tag anyone?), play field hockey and lacrosse, music, color, bike, & visit museums

Describe your favorite thing about working with children. Describe how you entertain children and the activities you enjoy participating in with them.:

It might be selfish, but I live for the beautiful, unfiltered stories and ideas that come out of kids' mouths. I love that just by being in their lives, I can help them develop right from wrong, and be a role model

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Theresa G
George Washington University
Biology
I was a girl scout all throughout school, and completed my girl scout gold award while in high school. For that project, I planned and taught a series of advanced art media classes to kids at my local Boys and Girls Clubs for a summer.

I love to draw, paint, be active and excercise, read, write, and create things in general.

Describe your favorite thing about working with children. Describe how you entertain children and the activities you enjoy participating in with them.:

For the most part, kids see the best things about the world. They see the good in people and in situations and they remind you to stop and appreciate the simple pleasures in life.

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Theresa S
Seton Hall University
Speech Language Pathology
I have babysat children from newborn to 14 years of age throughout the last 8 years. I worked in a early childhood center for 5 years with students aged 2 months to 9 years of age.I am also the 3rd eldest of 12 children adding to my experience.

Traveling- but in school for the next 2 years so won't be able to do much of that

Describe your favorite thing about working with children. Describe how you entertain children and the activities you enjoy participating in with them.:

I love how spontaneous they are and how free they are to speak and act.

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Tela W
Seton Hall University
Diplomacy and International Relations
I currently volunteer once a week at Don Bosco Rec. Center in Orange, a Church program meant to provide a safe outlet for at-risk youth in our community. Children who attend the program range from ages 6-12.

I participate in Model UN, I love to write and I am a Staff Writer for my school's paper, and I bake

Describe your favorite thing about working with children. Describe how you entertain children and the activities you enjoy participating in with them.:

When you can tell you made an impact, you weren't just the girl that mom and dad left them with, you were their new friend, and they run to hug you the next time they see you. Getting to know them is really cool.

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Theresa S
Seton Hall University
Nursing
-Was a camp counselor-Babysit/Nanny back home in IL. '-I am one of ten children, being the 3rd eldest

-Running-Eating Healthy-Reading about nutrition and health-Spending time with family

Describe your favorite thing about working with children. Describe how you entertain children and the activities you enjoy participating in with them.:

-Learn many things from them-Every child is unique-Given new perspectives

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Taylor M
Seton Hall University
Undecided
Lifeguard for 3 years, assisted in teaching sunday school, frequently babysitting my cousins and my neighbor's children.

Running, reading, cheerleading, guitar, piano, music in general, cartoons, physics.

Describe your favorite thing about working with children. Describe how you entertain children and the activities you enjoy participating in with them.:

Their innocence and curiosity. Also it is very rewarding when you can help them understand something new.

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Taylor D
Seton Hall University
Biology
I'm a Sunday school teacher for the Christ Church in Short Hills.

I love to read and watch movies.

Describe your favorite thing about working with children. Describe how you entertain children and the activities you enjoy participating in with them.:

The best thing about working with children in their love for life. They are so curious about the world around them. It's a refreshing change.

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Stephanie T
Seton Hall University
Nursing
My mother was a preschooler teacher and I would volunteer at the preschool in my free time, as well as I worked at a daycare in the infant classroom for my senior year of high school.

I danced for 16 years of my life, I like to read, exercise, and learn about medical material.

Describe your favorite thing about working with children. Describe how you entertain children and the activities you enjoy participating in with them.:

I love teaching them new things, watching them grow up, and helping them in anyway I can.

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Stephanie C
Seton Hall University
Social Work
Babysitting and a paid after school program working with ages pre-k to 5th grade.

My hobbies and interests are spending time with my family, studying for my classes for my major.

Describe your favorite thing about working with children. Describe how you entertain children and the activities you enjoy participating in with them.:

My favorite thing is seeing how I can help children with anything they need and helping families in need of a babysitter.

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Sophia S
George Washington University
Philosophy and Public Affairs
Have been a long time baby sitter. Worked with "Little Lambs" and Youth Ministry program at my church.

I am a runner, yogi and BODYPUMP instructor. I also love spending time with my friends and sorority.

Describe your favorite thing about working with children. Describe how you entertain children and the activities you enjoy participating in with them.:

Kids are the most honest human beings. My favorite thing is when a child asks, "why?" As adults, we accept things as common convention, or think "I should just know this," and never ask why something is the way it is.

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