Spring 2014 Babysitter Mingler
Sunday, February 9, 2014 from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM (EST)
Every semester, the Office of Student & Community Relations hosts a "meet-and-greet" for area families in need of responsible babysitters and UVM students interested in a babysitting job. Join us on the 4th floor of the Davis Center!
Students arrive at 10:00 AM
Families arrive at 10:30 AM
Students: A Student Contact & Work Experience Form will be emailed to you the Friday before the event; be prepared to bring at least 20 copies of this form.
Directions to the Davis Center/parking
Parking is free on Sundays. Accessible parking is available in the Davis Center Oval.
There will be coat racks and stroller parking available - we recommend not bringing valuables as these areas will not be continuously monitored throughout the event.
PLEASE NOTE: Only currently enrolled UVM students (Spring 2014) are eligible to attend the event as prospective babysitters.
As UVM affiliates, we cannot take on the role of holding, exchanging, or advertising the particular babysitting needs of parents in the community, or the particular babysitting availability and/or qualifications of our students. We can host Babysitter Minglers where we bring students and parents together so that they can meet face to face and exchange information if they so choose. We do recommend that parents check references of the students who attended the Babysitter Mingler and use whatever screening process they would normally use when hiring a sitter.
When & Where
Office of Student & Community Relations
The Office of Student and Community Relations (OSCR) at the University of Vermont (UVM) is committed to creating a safe and socially just environment for off-campus students and neighbors. To do this we provide resources and education to our students so that they have successful experiences transitioning to and living off campus and we work with students, neighbors, and city partners on creative initiatives to improve the quality-of-life in our shared community.
You can contact us for the following:
- Resources for Your Off-Campus Housing Search
- Accessing Off-Campus Living Resources
- Getting Involved in Your Community
- Becoming an Student or Neighbor Liaison & Accessing Grant Money for Neighborhood Projects
- Addressing Landlord/Tenant Concerns
- Resolving Conflict with Roommates and Neighbors
- Responding to Off-Campus Bias
- Understanding City Ordinances