This year, rather than the INA running a Salary and Benefits Survey, Nanny Care Hub has taken it upon themselves to do so. If you are a nanny living or working in North Carolina, please contribute to the survey so that we can have accurate information.
This year, the National Nanny Night Out has gone bigger into a whole weekend of Nanny Get-Togethers!
Starting July 1, 2022, the IRS Mileage reimbursement rate has increased.
The Nanny Relief Fund is having a Walk-a-thon Fundraiser and the Nannies of North Carolina are challenging the rest of the world!
When:April 21 at 1 pm | Where: Virtual Workshop (link sent to registered attendees) | RSVP via THIS LINK We wanted to make you aware of an opportunity to attend an LA CES professional development training for free. Here is the pitch from the companies running this training: Once again,
When: Monday, April 4th to Friday, April 8th (on demand within 24 hour period) | RSVP HERE As nannies ourselves, we’ve seen a particular pattern with bright children. We’ve seen children who were gifted in certain realms who struggled significantly in other areas. We can think of…+ An amazingly musical child who taught himself to […]
Here are your options for the 2022 interNational Nanny Training Day held around North Carolina. If you want to be reminded of interNational Nanny Training Day in your email rather than having to seek us out, and you haven’t already, sign up for the iNNTD Reminder Email List. You will only get emails about iNNTD […]
We here at the North Carolina Professional Association of Nannies have chosen to #SignalBoost this INA Sponsored Message by GTM because we are signatories to the Fair and Legal Pay Pledge and so feel it is our solemn duty to promulgate legal pay information. We hope this is of use to those paid through online […]
When: Wednesday, March 30th to Sunday, April 3rd (on demand within 24 hour period) | RSVP HERE Nannying younger kids (1 – 5 years old) is simultaneously one of the most immensely rewarding AND challenging human experiences. Many times when I’ve nannied kids in the toddler age range, even though they were incredibly cute and […]