Teenagers are often naturals at working with kids younger than themselves. Many have dealt with younger siblings or other relatives their whole lives. Little kids often look up to teens more than they would to boring grown-ups. This tip-packed volume is full of information about the various jobs working with kids that teens can get or plan for. It offers pragmatic advice on life skills such as starting a business, setting up a business plan, volunteering opportunities, career building, and setting financial goals. It also provides guidance on caring for disabled children, ensuring child safety, and establishing authority with the kids in one's charge.
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