Get the stars in the sky. Grab your luck as a nanny.

Get your care­er as an edu­ca­tor in the pri­va­te house­hold star­ted now.

At some point, a care­er aspi­ra­ti­on deve­lo­ps. The search for it is very com­plex. Some look for money, others for pos­si­ble reco­gni­ti­on. Unfor­tu­n­a­te­ly, most peop­le do not think much about what might inspi­re them for a lifetime.

You have have the abil­tiy to look deep into yourself, to dis­co­ver what could make you real­ly hap­py. If you choo­se a job with child­ren, you may have asked your inner self. After all, whoever makes this care­er choice can not count on top mana­ger sala­ries, regu­lar awards and reco­gni­ti­on at the hig­hest level. Loo­king at the job mar­ket, the job cen­ter and the job offers, it quick­ly beco­mes clear to anyo­ne who does not start out of voca­ti­on, that one could soon run out of air.

Unfor­tu­n­a­te­ly, working with child­ren in our socie­ty still does not have the value it deser­ves. This is expres­sed in the sala­ry, the working con­di­ti­ons, the reco­gni­ti­on. Anyo­ne who works as an edu­ca­tor, mid­wi­fe, nur­se, kin­der­gar­ten tea­cher, ele­men­ta­ry pedago­gue, pri­ma­ry school tea­cher or child­hood pedago­gue deser­ves the hig­hest reco­gni­ti­on that exists becau­se he invests his work in the future of our society.

As a nan­ny in the a pri­va­te house­hold, you have the pri­vi­le­ge of being able to work with one or more child­ren very inten­si­ve­ly over a lon­ger peri­od of time. This is how you get what you want for your job: trust, inten­si­ty, com­mit­ment and clo­seness. On this basis, you can crea­te edu­ca­tio­nal pro­grams that are appro­pria­te to the age and deve­lo­p­ment of the child, accord­ing to the indi­vi­du­al wis­hes and needs of the family.

What a pity that this pro­fes­sio­nal field is not yet so well-known to edu­ca­tio­nal pro­fes­sio­nals. Anyo­ne who atta­ches impor­t­ance to an appre­cia­ti­ve working envi­ron­ment and ist may­be loo­king for an alter­na­ti­ve to the edu­ca­tor pro­fes­si­on in public insti­tu­ti­ons, could find some­thing very much as a nanny.…