Being a student is expensive, no matter if you are a senior at high school or trying to get through your freshman year. Even after scholarships, loans, and grants, all of us are usually pressed for money and are looking for ways to earn some extra cash.
There are countless ways in which you can make really good money, both on-campus and off-campus. The best part of it all? You can arrange your schedule to fix your classes and timetable with flexible timings.
Tutor other students
If you are a high schooler, you will find countless people who are looking for extra tuition. Since we are all in a partial lockdown, you can offer those students some extra tutions online. Set a time when you are both free and fire up your Xoom account.
Set a few hours a week and teach your fellows or juniors. Charge anything from $15 to $50 per hour, depending on what you are teaching and your level of expertise. This is a great way to revise your lessons and also earn some cash!
Teach a sports skill
If you are good at sports and want to stay in practice, teach an amateur. Join the SPOROFRYA community and find incredible people who are willing to learn from you. Set your hourly rates, contact information, and list down the number of hours you want to work for.
Potential students will reach out to you, and the two of you can decide the timings that best suit you. Since SPORFORYA is a relatively new community, you can trust them to find the best students for you who are willing to learn.
You can teach all the in-demand sports in your localities, such as golf, football, soccer, tennis, swimming, and many others. The best part about SPORFORYA? Both the student and the skill sharer will be from the local community, so there would not be any commute issues.
Give Swimming Lessons
If you are an avid swimmer, give coaching lessons to kids or even adults who want to learn. Join the SPORFORYA community and sign up as a skill sharer. You can connect with multiple different people from within your local community using the marketplace.
Either provide one on one lessons or give group classes.
If you love meeting new people and thrive on being social, consider applying for a campus guide position. Show around new students and their families, indulge in campus life and host virtual tours. Get some fresh air and earn a good amount of money from just being social.
Many universities are hosting virtual tours for new students; check with your school if they are doing so and sign up for it!
There are countless ways to earn after school for both high school students and college students. If you know a skill, it is very easy for you to find students in your local community. Join the ever-growing community of skill sharers today and unlock a potential earning opportunity.
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