With the Asuu strike still having a month left and looks like it will still go on for a while, we have put together a list of side hustles you as a student can take up. Before you hurl stones at us, we understand the struggle and will not recommend opening POS stand.
1. MC and comedian: Do you have the ability to make people laugh? Do you have an eloquent voice? If you answered yes, the next step is to learn the fundamentals of becoming a Master of Ceremony on the internet. MCs, like DJs, are always in high demand for special events. You will receive referrals if you are successful in hosting an event, such as a colleague or friend’s birthday party.
2. Blogging: Blogging is a lucrative business. You’ve probably heard of Linda Ikeji and the amount of money she makes from her website. Making money from blogging is not as simple as it once was, but with the right guidance, you can tap into the gold mine that is blogging.
3. Branding: Branding is an interesting way to make money as a student. You can create personalized Tee-shirts, mufflers, wristbands, and other wears for your school’s departments, faculties, student associations, groups of friends, and so on. If you don’t know how to brand, you can talk to someone who does and offer your services as a middleman/go-between. You will then profit from the transaction. Always make an effort to meet deadlines.
4. Designing graphics: Assume you have experience with CorelDraw, Photoshop, or other graphic design software. In that case, you have a profitable business opportunity because there are always activities/events on campus that require promotional posters and fliers. Your work will speak for itself, and you’ll keep attracting clients from all over the world.
Go into the world and prosper!!!