Now Hiring for Tampa!

 

Charlotte BenzingerCharlotte Benzinger

Charlotte grew up outside of Washington, DC and is a recent graduate of Eckerd College. After volunteering with The Peace Corps in Ecuador, she decided to return to the warmth and sunshine in North Tampa! Charlotte has had a love for the water ever since she can remember. She joined the swim team at the age of five and happily made her varsity swim team in high school, being named captain her senior year. Charlotte continued expressing her love for the water by lifeguarding and instructing at a summer camp in West Virginia for six consecutive summers. She has been Lifeguard and Waterfront certified, including CPR and First Aid, with the American Red Cross since 2009. Charlotte also works in Admissions at Carrollwood Day School. She loves working with kids, teaching swimming lessons, and traveling in her spare time. Charlotte can not wait to help your family succeed in the water!

 

Nicholas SmithNicholas Smith

Nicholas Smith was born and raised in Pennsylvania. He was a competitive swimmer for 16 years and was honored to serve as the captain of the Little Indians and the Titans. His primary events were Individual Medley, butterfly, and distance freestyle events. His competitive coaching background has included serving as a Titan Swim Camp Counselor for Westminster, where he coached athletes ages 7-18 for multiple weeks over the course of three summers. He also has eight years of experience lifeguarding, teaching swim lessons, and serving as a pool manager at the Mack Park Community Pool. He has taught private lessons, group lessons, and lessons for people with special needs. Nicholas is also an advanced open water SCUBA diver. Nicholas is currently pursuing his PhD at the University of South Florida in School Psychology. His ambition is to become a licensed psychologist, pursue a career in higher education, as well as maintain a private practice. He is a passionate Philadelphia Eagles fan and avid reader. Nicholas loves working with children and cannot wait to help your family become more safe in and around the water.

 

Emily AndersonEmily Anderson

Emily Anderson was born in a small town just outside of Columbus, Ohio. She moved to Lutz, Florida when she was 16 years old and continued her education here in Florida. Emily received her Diploma from Freedom High School. Sher also received her Associates degree from Pasco Hernando State College. She now attends University of South Florida. She is pursuing her Bachelors in Speech Pathology as a Communications Science Disorders major. She plans to receive her Master’s degree to one day become a Speech Pathologist herself. For an aquatic background, Emily was once “Mermaid Emily” when she worked as world famous Weeki Wachee Mermaid. Emily worked as a professional mermaid at Weeki Wachee for nearly 3 years. As a Weeki Wachee Mermaid she was put through a lot of training to make her the confident swimmer and instructor she is today. Emily is also Scuba certified as well as CPR certified and First Aid certified. Emily enjoys swimming and teaching others to love the water. Emily was also once an aftercare teacher for a private school in Lutz. She enjoys working with kids and has a great appreciation for helping others.