1. Lawn Care
If you’d rather be outside than flipping burgers, lawn care might be the perfect summer job for you! Make up some flyers and pass them out in neighborhoods. Be sure to do an amazing job so word spreads fast, getting you plenty of new clients (and cash!).
Tutoring allows for a flexible schedule and the pay is great too! Bonus: it helps to keep your mind sharp over the summer break.
You’ll need to get your American Red Cross training and CPR certification, which means you’ll have the skills needed to possibly save someone’s life. This puts you on entirely new level of
responsibility and equips you to step up to the plate!
4. Sports Instructor
Private coaching is a great way to earn money while using your talents and abilities to serve as a role model for younger kids. Plus, when you love the sport you’re teaching, work seems less like a job.
Hanging out with and taking care of small children teaches you patience, discipline, time management, conflict resolution and more. Plus the rewards are great; little kids often look up to and adore their babysitters!
+ Pet sitting
With many neighborhood families taking their summer vacations, someone will need to take care of Fluffy and Fido! What could be better than getting paid to play fetch with your neighbor’s dog or snuggle with their new kitten?