Amelia Perez

Ref: WI1TE130167

Activity in this system
No. of clients 6
No. of bookings56
Hours sold 214 hours 14 minutes
Temporary work outside this system
No. of clients 20
No. of bookings 200
Hours sold 5000
Picture taken on my 60th birthday!


Based in ZIP Code 90815, willing to work within 25.0 miles guide map


Willmore Workers' Co-op

They say...

Amelia is a new addition to our team, very experienced in childcare as a mom, auntie and babysitter. She is keen to work towards a career in teaching or special needs support.


A motivated and experienced carer.

Work History


Community College, Pheonix, Arizona
Studies included child development, family issues, and social policy. Wrote papers on new insights into preventing child abuse; low-income family issues as they relate to children under 5; and teen violence in the southwest United States. 

Camp Frost, Phoenix, Arizona
Lead Counselor (paid position), Summer 2007
Supervised a staff of four counselors serving 40 at-risk children in a residential camp. Planned and supervised activities, enforced safety policies, inventoried and ordered supplies, and worked with camp maintenance staff. Hired and trained two new counselors. 

Counselor (paid position), Summers 2005, 2006
Organized activities, taught swimming, led hikes, and provided support for 10 children. Intervened in crises and resolved disputes among campers when needed. 

State College Volunteer Corps, Phoenix, Arizona
Volunteer, 2005-2008
Learned more about the needs and concerns of the low-income community while tutoring at-risk elementary school children in an after school program. Also organized and supervised athletic activities and provided support and encouragement. 

Freshmen Orientation Leader, Arizona State University, January—May 2007, August 2007
One of four students out of 20 applicants selected for the freshman orientation committee. Planned a week-long series of events for 500 incoming students. Led a team of five volunteers, gave presentations to students and parents, and coordinated peer advising sessions. 

Philanthropy Co-Chairperson for Social Fraternity, Arizona State University, September 2006—April 2007
Organized three fundraising events and raised $3,500 to benefit three local nonprofits.

Arrowhead Community Hospital, Glendale, Arizona
Social Work Intern, January 2008—present
Assist individuals with daily living skills, social and recreational skills, and employment needs. Conduct home visits and co-facilitat a support group. Observe supervisor in client sessions. From 1995-2000, volunteered in the hospital’s retail store and restaurant.

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