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At my church, Fallbrook Church, I work at their daycare as a volunteer day care assistant. I take care of children as young as 0 months old to 4 years old. I prepare their meals, sanitize their toys and the tables and entertain the children with songs and games. I have been working as a volunteer assistant since I was a freshmen in highschool and I plan on continuing to volunteer after I graduate. Volunteering at the daycare allows me to become more adapted to the behavior of young children and how to discipline a child properly as well care for it.
At school, I was a volunteer English tutor for my underclassmen for a year. I assisted in correcting their assignments and giving advice for essays. I made copies of assignments for the teacher

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