The demand for sitters is projected to increase by 700% over the next few years. Intellectual Practice Learning provides quality company, on a virtual level, to families who want to keep their little ones entertained while they work from home, cook dinner or have a glass of wine. All parents need a break every now and then, and so do siblings. We can bring your child's imaginary friend to life with a real, live person, starting with 30 - 60 minute incremental offerings. Give us a try. Your first 30 minutes are FREE.
Tamara C. Daniels, FOUNDER
We cover a wide range of interests. No matter what your child is interested in, we have something for them!
With the crayon evangelists, your child can relax and work on their art skills.
In our punctuation prodigies program, your child will learn about the basics of writing. Or, they can enjoy listen to our Storytellers for some fun entertainment!
Our chiefs of chatting will provide your child with a virtual buddy to chat with.
For more number-minded children, our math ninjas will help them learn the basics of math.
With our alchemy masters, your child can participate in fun science experiments. With the Chiefs of Biscuit Dunking, they can learn the science of cooking. Or, if your kid is more technologically inclined, our Brogrammers can teach them how to code!
Meet our Kid Watchers
They are excited to meet your child!
More about us
The Rebecca Everlene Trust Company is a global nonprofit organization that provides virtual sitter and educational opportunities to families with children through the Intellectual Practice Learning and Surviving College Financially programs. It offers students the ability to receive subject specific coaching, virtually, from “Kid Watchers” who are passionate about kids, some of which are high schoolers, professional counselors and teachers.
The Rebecca Everlene Trust Company has also recently expanded it’s services to include the advancement of financial literacy through the People Helping People program and provides assistance to families struggling with infertility through Smitten & Hitch Coparenting.
Founded in September of 2012, these programs evolved from the realization of an overwhelming need to promote the advancement of inventions and publications among young people, who are talented and driven enough to embrace the “11” concept.
The Each Discovery Involves Eleven concept is based on the educational premise that each invention or discovery is the result of acknowledging eleven core ethical principles of effective character education. Because each advancement towards a possibility is subconsciously fueled by the desire for social change, it is our belief that students of this mindset and caliber should not be limited in pursuing their dreams. In recognition of these beliefs, students who are enrolled in Intellectual Practice Learning will also have an opportunity to receive assistance in pursuing their goals of becoming published authors, patented inventors, and young entrepreneurs.
Funding for these initiatives will come from donations made to the Rebecca Everlene Trust Company, the sale and marketing of successful student projects, and subsidized program fees for students who enroll in Intellectual Practice Learning.
The Rebecca Everlene Trust Company
Meet our Community Superheroes
Alina will be a junior this upcoming year; and in the future she hopes to become an orthopedic surgeon. She currently plays lacrosse and some of her hobbies include writing, gardening, and hiking — not that there’s much else to do during COVID. Alina's project entails spreading financial literacy.
Rohan is our website developer. He will be a senior this upcoming year and hopes to pursue Business and Computer Science in college. In his free time, he likes to play basketball and go on hikes. He is also President of the National Honor Society at his school.
What We Do
Experienced Kid Watchers with STEAM-based learning,
providing personalized entertainment, while you work from home, cook dinner, sleep in on Saturdays, or enjoy a glass of wine.
Give yourself and your kids a break.
Leo serves as an essential support to our management team, completing complicated research projects, while also editing and serving as a contributor to our Surviving College Financially series. Over the course of four weeks, he immersed himself in our business-focused, mini crash courses. The information that he learned so far has exposed him to key business principals that will carry him well into his desired profession of actuary.