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How do I make money as high schooler?

I am 10th grade and I want to prioritize education for my future career but I have this trip I want to go to that cost $5000 and I have to pay for everything but work seems to much since I already have education so I am lost on what I should do.

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Marlyce’s Answer

Hyuma,

Can you spare some time to work on the weekends or perhaps a few hours after school? Balancing school and work can be challenging, but remember, you have a goal in sight. With a bit of grit and perseverance, you can certainly achieve it.

Don't hesitate to reach out to your school counselor. They might be able to provide you with valuable advice, ideas, or even contacts that could help.

Have you considered taking up animal or house sitting jobs? Or perhaps babysitting? These could be great ways to earn some extra money.

Another option could be running errands or doing some light housekeeping tasks for someone or even for a business. These are just a few suggestions to get you started.

Remember, every little step counts. Good luck, Hyuma! I'm rooting for you and wishing you all the best.
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Anna’s Answer

Everyone's experience and opportunities in high school are unique. I would recommend thinking about what resources and skills you do have, and then research how you can make money using those. You may need to get creative.
For example:
Do you have access to a car, bus, ride, or a sibling to take you somewhere for work?
Do you have an art skill you could market online?
Do any of your neighbors need help with yard work or chores that they might be willing to pay you for?
If you know how to make a certain kind of food, is there somewhere you could sell it? (The cafeteria, a mall, a store in town?)
Does one of your relatives have a business you could help out at?

Sometimes, if you tell people you are saving up for a big trip and ask for a donation, instead of a fixed price, they may be willing to pay more for whatever you are selling.

As you said, education is a big commitment, and is worth prioritizing. Do what you can in your free time, but remember your priorities.
Thank you comment icon Thank you, this is amazing! I really needed it. hyuma
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Shelisa’s Answer

Good Morning !! #1 Students
Thank you for your Question
It is a present underneath The Christmas Tree!!

Looking back at high school I saw some of my classmates selling candy in hallways for upcoming trips with their clubs that were going on schools trips!! I did work study in Administrative Office At CB Watson in my Hometown!!
Try asking your Guidance Counselor about work study opportunities!! My Parents gave me money for every A+ I earned on.my Progress Report . Hope this helps!! Good Luck!!
You all are Super Cool and you all are going places!! I believe in you all!!!

Shelisa🌞🌞🌞🌞🌞
Thank you comment icon Your advice was so helpful! hyuma
Thank you comment icon Good Morning!! Hyuma!!! Thank you for comment!!! Glad I could help!! You are a A+ Star Have the Best Day Ever in School Today Bye Shelisa 🌞🌞🌞🌞🌞🌞🌞🌞🌞🌞🌞🌞🌞🌞 Shelisa Henley
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