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Natasha P.     Age 18      Female      Burnaby, BC  - Cambridge Street
Member ID: 323264 
Seeking work as a : Nanny or Babysitter or Mother's Helper 
Position Type: Live-Out, Part Time 
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  About Me
I am Natasha, an 18-year-old girl living at home with my parents and older sister and currently go to UBC. I am an active and outgoing person that enjoys playing sports and have played club volleyball for seven years. I also like being in the kitchen, but more specifically baking as well as speaking French as I have been learning the language ongoing since I was 11. I adore children and have since a very young age as I can easily connect with them as I myself am a very playful and enthusiastic person, I thoroughly enjoy being around kids and have been surrounded by children of different ages throughout my life. I am a very caring and nurturing person that genuinely loves children and can envision myself potentially having a career that is somehow related to them in the future.
Thank you.
Valid Driver's License:
Has a Vehicle:
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Languages spoken:
English, French 
My Nationality:
Police Check:
Willing to obtain 
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  Work Experience & Education Background
0 years experience, 2 references
As I don't have any professional childcare experience I intend to care for care for children the same way I do when I have babysat for family members in the past, with immense care and enthusiasm. I am a very patient and adaptable person meaning children and I connect very easily. I aim to be a playful and energetic person hoping that children will be too, all while ensuring their safety throughout the process. I will be completely present at all times when caring for the children and will try my very best to ensure that the kids are having fun. 
Childcare experience within the following age groups:
3 - 12 months, 1 - 2 years, 5 - 10 years  
Graduated High School or Equivalent 
I successfully graduated from Burnaby North Secondary School in June of 2018 and have moved onto being an undergraduate student at UBC in the faculty of arts. I hope to major in psychology when the time comes and potentially finding a career in health care related to children in the future. 
  Job Preferences
Seeking work as a :
Nanny or Babysitter or Mother's Helper 
Position Type:
Live-Out, Part Time 
Work Hours:
20 - 30 hours/week 
Position Duration:
   As Long as Needed
Will work with up to:
Two children 
Childcare Duties:
   Light Housekeeping
   Running errands
   Preparing meals
   Transporting children
   Children's Laundry
   Limited/light housekeeping
   Ironing children's clothing as needed
   Children's baths and dressing
   Help with homework
   Adhere to special dietary rules (vegetarian, kosher, lactose intolerant, etc.)
   Packing Children's lunches
   Mending Children's clothing as required
   Planning activities for the children
Desired Start Date:
May 02, 2019 
Desired Salary:
Will work at night:
Willing to relocate:
Will care Special Needs Children:
Will travel with the family:
Housekeeping Duties:
   Keep a grocery list
   Initial preparation of family's dinner as directed
   Keep the kitchen tidy during work hours
   Feed pets during work day as directed
   Walk dog and/or pet care
   Plant care (indoor)
   Sweep kitchen floor daily
   Run/Empty dishwasher daily
   Empty kitchen trash as required
   Errands, including dry cleaning, as directed
Additional Experiences/Qualifications/Preferences:
I have had work experience dealing with young children when I volunteered at Science World for a short period of time and thoroughly enjoyed interacting with them so closely. I have also volunteered at a care centre for elders which was also quite enjoyable when it lasted. 
Larry R. Seehagen 
May 11, 2019 Letter of Recommendation for Ms Natasha Parhar Mr. L. R. BNSS English Dept. Teacher English 12 To Whom It May Concern: It is both my honour and privilege to write a letter of recommendation on behalf of Ms Natasha Parhar. Natasha was a senior student in both my English 12 and 10 classes at Burnaby North Secondary. Natasha Parhar consistently demonstrated first class study, and work-habits, along with displaying fine co-operative learning and leadership qualities. I believe that Ms Parhar?申s academic diligence and conscientious study, along with presenting a positive contribution to the classroom and environment as a whole. I can confidently state that Ms Natasha Parhar is more than worthy of being seriously considered for any application that her career goals may direct Natasha. Specifically, Natasha showed and displayed a fine aptitude for learning, along with an outstanding character, excellent traits of personal initiative and a continual exhibition of leadership that one demands of in a commendable candidate. In fact Ms Parhar has just finished her first year at UBC as an Arts Undergraduate. I believe that a more thorough evaluation of Ms Natasha Parhar will more than show an extraordinary young lady who is deserving of being recognized and rewarded for both her academic and personal achievement to-date. Natasha Parhar is a fine young lady, who has endless future potential that needs support and encouragement. As said, I witnessed Ms Parhar since 2016, when she first attended my English 10 English class. Natasha put herself forward, and immersed into the course curriculum, but also regularly engaged with her class-mates via her excellent communication skills. Natasha was a key member of the class discourse, and was fully interactive with her fellow students. While part of the senior English 12 class, Natasha proceeded to improve her literacy skills, and display her excellent co-operative learning abilities?申 Natasha was always a key member of the class, demonstrating excellent co-operative skills, superior communication abilities, and natural leadership. Ms Parhar was often in the role of being a group leader or key member of any group assignment or presentation. What often stood out was Natasha?申s ability to adapt to the situation, be it academic or the social environment, Natasha was more than able to succeed in the situation at hand. Natasha?申s strong work ethic paid off, as she earned top marks from the my senior English courses. Ms Parhar earned the respect and trust of both her teachers and peers alike, as Natasha was recognized as a person that one can depend upon and be assured that she would do what she was committed and expected to do. Since 2016 I taught, worked with and observed Natasha strive to do her best not only in her academic studies, but how she interacted with others?申 and I can say that Natasha Parhar excelled in both regards. Natasha shines as a talented academic, as proven by her admission and current success at UBC. Natasha tells me that she intends to major in Psychology, and then apply to Law School. It can be stated that Natasha Parhar is a well-rounded person, a talented student, but is also a mature, focused and caring young lady who is not scared of hard work, and whom I believe will strive relentlessly for whatever she sets her mind to. Therefore, I believe without any hesitation, that any assistance and all consideration should be offered to such a fine young citizen and worthy candidate as Ms Natasha Parhar. Sincerely yours, Larry R. 
Laila Ferreira 
May 16, 2019 To Whom It May Concern: I am pleased to be writing today to recommend Natasha Parhar for a position as a child-care worker in your home. I know Natasha well as she was a student in a section of WRDS 150 (Winter 2019: Term 2) for which I was the instructor. WRDS 150 is a required 3-credit academic research and writing course in the Faculty of Arts that only enrolls 30 students in each section. This letter will explain and detail my experiences with Natasha as a responsible and resourceful person who works well with others. Natasha stood out as a conscientious student who arrived every day prepared to participate in both the course material and our classroom activities. My course requires students to develop organizational skills such as planning ahead for at-home readings and writing assignments as well as in-class discussions and workshops. Natashas performance in the course, her completion of assignments in a timely manner, her conscientious attention to instructions, her ability to contribute to in-class activities and discussions, all indicated to me a student who took ownership of her learning and was already capable of managing and organizing for the many demands of university studies (and life in general!). There is a strong focus on collaborative and social learning in the courses that I teach. In this regard Natasha also stood out as an exemplary student. I assigned students into small working groups for the term and Natashas group was one of the most collaborative and respectful. Natasha developed positive relationships with the group members and was a key contributor to all of the required workshops and other in-class assignments. In particular, Natasha developed a short presentation on a required course reading (that met all deadlines and instructions) and then facilitated a 15-minute conversation amongst her small working group. This is a very challenging activity and Natasha was well prepared to stimulate and guide a productive discussion that included all of her group members and that led to further understanding of the course material. Natasha proved herself as someone who takes responsibility for herself as well as for the learning and the wellbeing of those around her. The first-year of university is a very exciting and challenging time of transition for most students. Natasha displayed a strong ability to take on and adapt to the expectations of university and the broader life skills that it requires. Through her final research on the experiences of disabled people, Natasha also indicated that she is someone who approaches her work and studies both professionally and empathically. As an educator (and mother) I am confident in supporting her application to work as a nanny or mothers helper. I can be reached through email ( or phone (604-880-8558) Sincerely, Dr. Laila Ferreira Lecturer Arts Studies in Research and Writing The University of British Columbia