These part-time positions are only available to college students. Beyond that, no specific experience is required, but students studying nursing, medicine or psychology get bonus points. Other requirements for Papa Pals include a reliable four-door car and appropriate car insurance. All applicants must be able to pass a thorough background check, and the approval process takes between two and 10 business days.
Did you know that those people asking for your signature outside the grocery store are typically paid to get you to sign up? Contrary to popular belief, they aren't pushing politics because they care. They are pushing for your signature because they typically get $1-$2 per signature. If you could get 30 people to sign up per hour, you're making $30-$60 per hour. Not bad.
This is a very unique idea. You can earn money by creating and selling your own T-Shirts! All you need is a photo editing software for creating designs, and a little investment on your part. Create interesting event-related t-shirts, and prompt people attending those events to buy them! For example, you can create shirts for seminars, social events, parties, etc. It’ll take some money to initially produce those T-Shirts, but you can sell them at a profit to gain more than what you spent! A friend of mine started with this idea, and now, she has a small business and a brand with a website, where people can choose from the available designs, or order a custom-made T-Shirts according to their desires! Great huh? Who knows it could evolve into a full-fledged business for you?
If you live off campus and have a yard or can get permission from your school to use communal open space, organize a yard sale with your friends and roommates, maybe even your dorm community. Use the cash to throw a “Yard Sales are Awesome!” party. Realize you spent all your money on the party. Repeat as needed or until you run out of stuff to sell.
If you're crafty, you should consider selling your stuff on Etsy. Etsy is designed for handmade goods – including stationary, greeting cards, household crafts, and more. The great thing about creating these types of products is that you can do it in your spare time, on nights and weekends. And creating many of these products doesn't take up much space – so it can be dorm room friendly. Don't think there's much money in selling on Etsy? Well, this teenager paid for her college by selling crafts online.
Apply for new scholarships and grants. A lot of students think that they are only eligible for funding when they initially apply for admission. This is a mistake! There are often new scholarship opportunities for upperclassmen, though they aren't always widely advertised. You may also be able to apply for external scholarships or grants, which are offered from groups outside of your school.