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Lisa Bezzant has been side hustling through odd jobs, even cleaning up massive amounts of manure, to help save for college.
Elizabeth Brooks started side hustling at the dance studio when she was young, creating bows for other kids, and now she teaches dance.
Cade Davis started mowing lawns and doing other yard work to afford his classic GMC truck, and is now saving for college.
Alexis Sturrock has been working three jobs, from writing, to cooking, to craftmanship, all to pay for college.
Mitchell Hall started selling vintage clothing and costumes online in high school and continued to grow his business in college.
Merry Carranza started working as a cashier in high school, and has been hustling her way through odd gigs ever since.
Rachel Herriges shares how she started catering through high school as a side hustle to help save for college.
How Lydia Hill started working in her family photography business and began writing as a side hustle to pay for her bachelor’s degree.
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Anna Lawrence shares how she started earning money by drawing dogs and other pets and is working to make it her full time income.
The spirit of entrepreneurship and running a small business has always been strong in my family. My father is a self-employed musician after running a deli, my grandfather owned a pharmacy, and others in my family have had their own restaurants and shops in the past as well. I’ve kept the tradition going in my […]
My side hustle started back in elementary school. I worked with a couple of friends from down the street and my sister to scrape the wooden sides off of pencils with a scissor blade, then colored and wrote on them to make custom made pencils, which were then sold out at community gatherings. My sister […]
Inside a flea market, you will hear many annoying sounds: screams from children wanting to go home or the vendors shouting at you, attempting to sell their latest and greatest product. The smell of the foul animals and items for sale fill the air. Walking into the market brings out many emotions from all people. […]
I have a vision. I envision myself in my cap and gown getting handed a diploma cover shouting at my video camera, “I graduated college debt-free! Afterward, calling Dave Ramsey to let him know the good news. By graduating debt-free, it’ll inspire students to reach higher for a degree without accepting student loans. Envisioning an […]
I’m a high school senior in Tennessee and I’m looking to attend Butler University in the fall as a Ballet major. With Butler being an expensive private school I am looking for additional help to pay for my post-secondary education. My mom recently lost her job of 18 years and my family is struggling to […]
As far back as I can remember, I always wanted to be a filmmaker. From my first ‘movie’ I made when I was five, I knew that’s what I’ve wanted to do. Because of that, I’ve been making videos for fun all my life. I experimented with editing, camera angles, writing, and every other aspect […]
At my high school, only upperclassmen and students in good academic standing are allowed to leave campus during lunch. Upon getting my driver’s license, I had a dilemma: I needed to earn money for gas and to get lunch off campus with my friends. However, I am very involved in my school’s music program (I […]
From the time I was a child, many in my family would describe me as a cheapskate. I would like to call myself frugal. For every dollar I made, I would put two in my pocket. Cue my grade six Galaxy Goop empire. Fast forward to the age of twenty-two and not much has changed, […]
The performing arts are my life! I have grown up in the world of music and theatre and it is in this discipline that I will be pursuing my college degree. My parents have always emphasized that an undergraduate education is necessary for long term success, but planning and saving money is a mandatory first […]
When I turned fifteen and had my first summer job, an idea popped into my head. I wanted to reach a goal of making $10,000 in high school. For a fifteen-year-old, I did not think it was possible, but I wanted to try. I always knew from a young age that due to the lack […]