Walk Other People’s Dogs
Having a dog in college could be stressful, and having to pay for your furry friend could be less than a dream. However, you could make some extra cash by watching other people’s canine companions.
You could find dog-sitting jobs on sites like Facebook, or you could sign up on Rover. Rover is a safe and reputable platform to find dog-sitting gigs.
To get started, you’ll need to pay for and pass a background check. Then, once you’re approved you can set your own rates and start booking in your free time.
Run Facebook Ads for Other Businesses
If you’re a social media butterfly, you’re probably familiar with Facebook. You’re probably also familiar with the ads you see on Facebook. If you have the time to learn the ropes, you could run some ads for local businesses.
By tapping into your entrepreneurial side, going to some small businesses in the area, and talking to them about running some ads for them, you could help them get in front of a larger demographic.
Learning how to use Facebook ads effectively could be a lifelong skill and side hustle or it oculd be a legitimate business. Students who have completed the Facebook Side Hustle Course charge $1000-2000 per month per client on average.