The Art of Following Up on Nanny Job Leads

Securing a great nanny job often requires a follow-up. Knowing when and how is an art form you must master to avoid coming off desperate or annoying. Learn more!

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Who It's For

Nannies who are looking for a great new job position and understand that persistence pays off!

Why It Empowers

Following up on job leads shows prospective employers your interest in the position and gives you another chance to highlight your qualifications.

What's Needed

  • At least 20 minutes to write a thoughtful follow-up message
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    Meet The Expert

    Emily Louange

    Emily has held positions as a care provider for over two decades. She’s managed care as a nanny, home health aide, and as a RN after earning her Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing. When she became a working mother, she was astonished by the insufficient systems in place to support and guide families. She strongly believes that our children and those who care for them deserve better support and solutions. Called to do something to help; she founded a childcare networking platform, Via The Village, served on the Board of Directors for the US Nanny Association, and helped start CareNectar!