Northlight Nannies – Meet and Greet

Childcare Services, Part time or Full time, Need a NannyHiring a nanny can be a daunting task.  Jeff invests hours of his time interviewing, screening, and training nannies to be hired for our Northlight families.  Nannies all have different passions, specific skill sets and personality types, but the wonderful part of our job is meeting all of those potential nannies and finding the right match for specific families.  Meet just a few of our nannies to see what we mean when we brag that we have amazing nannies here at Northlight!

Meet Barbara – Barbara is a local college student studying english and spanish. Barbara has worked with a summer theater camp for children and also tutored refugee students. She speaks spanish and loves animals, making her a great fit for families who have children and that furry child that needs some attention as well.  A favorite quote from her application is, “I would love to be a nanny because taking care of children is an extremely important job, not only for care taking, but for fostering education and imagination amongst other things.” We love her passion to help encourage children to see opportunities to learn in the world around them.

Meet Kaylor  – Kaylor is a local college student studying speech pathology.  Kaylor spent her teen years babysitting for siblings and neighbors and is excited to continue that care in her college years.  She is excited to work with young children helping them get an early start to learning their letters and sounds. Kaylor comments, “I am a very positive person who loves encouraging others to be the best version of themselves. I work hard at whatever I put my mind to and make sure I always try my best. I love the thought of being a role model for children!”

Meet Jane  – Jane came to Northlight Nannies looking for some extra time with children now that her high school age children can care for themselves more. Jane loves spending time with young children having worked in the school systems as a para/educator sub. The following quote shares Jane’s desire to be a good role model, “My children have grown up in a very loving, caring and secure environment.  As the adult you become a role model for children by setting examples on how you interact with others.  Good manners, a friendly disposition and a sound but “gentle” way on how to deal with conflicts.”

Meet Hayley – Hayley has worked for Northlight Nannies for several years. She came to us with lots of knowledge and experience interacting with children through her volunteer position in a middle school youth program and serving in a preschool Sunday school class.  Hayley comments, “I love kids and love to babysit, I think that it is the perfect job for me. I value respect and compassion the most. I think it is very important to set a good example for young children because they are going to be the role models for the next generation.”

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