Student Income Ideas
Earning Money to Pay for Education
There comes a time during college that a little earned income can go a long ways. Here are some tips on where to get some extra cash.
Many schools have on-campus employment positions that are not part of the federal work-study program. Some of these positions offer tuition discounts and a wage for your service.
What's nice about on-campus employment is that positions are generally flexible considering your class schedule and needs. Additionally, you can easily get to work, return the class, and then go back to work without having to commute.
Campus Housing Manager
Some schools and private housing units will waive or reduce housing costs if you become a residential manager. You will be required to answer calls, keep up maintenance, and address service issues.
Housing managers can maintain a work schedule that coincides with your academic schedule. Another nice benefit is that your work schedule is at your place of living.
Check the area's student housing units for information. They will likely put you on a waiting list that might be worth something to you in the future.
Look for local employment
Many area businesses welcome college student employees especially in establishments that cater to students. Many of the these employers offer flexible working hours.
Check these job sites for employment information:
Work from your dorm or apartment
There are a few work-at-home employment opportunities that pay based on the hours that you work. This allows you flexibility to set your work schedule around your academic schedule.
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