How To Make More Money During NYSC (10+ Side Hustles)

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How To Make More Money During NYSC

When it comes to Nigeria things are not always easy especially for the youths of this beloved country. The current allowance for NYSC Corp member as at the date of this post is N33,000. You can also glance through this before you proceed>> 12 Ways to Make Money Easily As An NYSC Corp Member <<

While most corps members rely heavily on the allowance (allowee) paid to them monthly by the Federal Government, those with entrepreneurial spirits among them look for opportunities to make money during the National Youth Service Corps Scheme (NYSC) starting from when the orientation camp opens. Apart from adding to the N33,000 that is being paid to corpers at present, smart corpers are looking at increasing their streams of income as well as building what they can fall back on when the monthly bank alerts from the government ceases.

Kindly pay attention to this article, i am talking from experience, if you know what’s good for you, pick one of the side hustle below during your service, it will help you alot, but if you feel N33,000 is enough for you, i am sorrry to say but you need to wake up from your dream now.

See Also: How To Save And Make More Money As A Youth Corper

Here Is How To Make More Money During NYSC (10+ Side Hustles)

1. ==> Start Home Tutorial

As a corper, you can make money but taking primary and secondary school pupils tutorials at home. Many youth corpers extend this service to students preparing for exams like common entrance, junior WAEC, WASSCE, neco, gce, jamb and post-utme.

All you need to do is inform the community where you are service about what you are capable of teaching. You can also print posters and distribute them in the community. This business is easy for corpers as a major percentage of them serve in schools where they have frequent contact with parents.

2. ==> Set Up A Laundry Outfit

Many people find the process of washing, rinsing, drying and ironing clothes tedious. As such, they are prepared to spend quite some cash to get the work done. If you have access to a place you can use, starting a laundry service shop is one way to make cool money during your service year. With a big or medium-sized washing machine, packs of detergent, steady source of water, industrial starch, pressing iron and a flat table top, you are good to go.

However, power is a major consideration in this business. If you can give little pecks like free deliveries, going round to collect clothes and a great personal relationship with your clients, you are on your way to building a great small business corpers can do.

3. ==> Blogging And Other Online Businesses For Corpers

Many Nigerian youth are currently involved in making money online. There are different avenues to generate income from the internet. Personally, I made quite a lot of money from blogging and selling information products during my service year.

Whether you are interested in starting a blogging, bulk sms, affiliate marketing, social media marketing or data reselling business, dedication in the face of not making anything is the key. To build a successful online business, you need more than money as your motivation. With zero capital, you can set up a free blog to discuss your areas of interest and you can then monetize it later on.

4. ==> Go Into Importation Business

Importation business needs careful survey if you want to be successful at it. You need to carry out discrete survey in order what brands people prefer and how much it is been sold locally as well as to balance what items will sell fastest with those that give the highest profit.

Electronics (including android and tablet phones; phone accessories like memory cards, batteries and original casings; power banks; cheap mini laptops and notebooks, watches etc) are some commonly imported goods. With a mastercard from GTB, Zenith WebSurfer Card, AccessBank Visa Cards and other debit cards from Nigerian banks you can easily make payment on most popular stores such as Ebay and Amazon as well as chinese stores like Alibaba and Aliexpress.

5. ==> Open A Retail Shop

If you stay in an area where getting household items or certain services are difficult to get, you can research on items and services that people in that area need and then open a retail shop. Some of these products may include palm oil, kerosene, recharge cards, toiletries, raw foodstuff, satchel/pure water etc.

Examples of services that you can render include barbing, grinding, shoe repair, tailoring, painting, carpentry, hair styling etc.

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6. ==> Helping With Student Projects

If you serve in or around a tertiary institution, you can offer paid help with collating and analysis data for students that are writing project. It is very easy when you are well grounded in the use of statistical packages like Excel and SPSS as well as when the topic involved falls under your discipline.

Design hand bills which you can share among final year students and also paste on conspicuous facilities within the school area and hostels. You will be shocked at the number of people that will bombard your line with calls asking you to help them with their projects.

7. ==> Monetize Your Skills

If are lucky to have acquire a skill you are interested in developing, you can start a business after developing on it. Many corpers end up settling down in cities where they served after setting up business enterprises that may be difficult to move after NYSC service year.

Some of the skill acquisition units that are commonly set up in most orientation camps include art works and design, ankara customized accessories, leather works, paint and soap making, web design and development, make overs and Gele tying, interior decoration, cake and confectionery, fashion design, agro farming business, hairstyles for nysc, photography, aluminum and glass works, tile fixing etc.

8. ==> Start Mini Importation Business

Mini Importation is another cool business you can do both online and offline. The online methods include running adverts and using Instagram, Facebook or WhatsApp to promote the products you’ll be selling.

Mini importation simply means importing cheap products from China or other countries like the US, Turkey and resell them at a higher price in Nigeria.

There so many products you can find on AliExpress at a way cheaper price that are so nice that people would rush to buy in Nigeria. Buying some of these products can make you a lot of money while you serve in your current PPA.

Some of the goods can also be sold your fellow corp member that can afford it or sell to indigenes at your PPA or fellows worker that are not corners.

9. ==> Become a Personal Trainer

You can make money from most of the skills you received from the orientation camp by becoming a personal trainer yourself in your PPA.

Most obese singles and the married woman are looking for a quick way to shed their weight but don’t have time because of their work. You can seize this opportunity if you find any by going to their house and become their personal trainers and get paid.

On a final note; the list is endless there are hundreds of business idea and ways to make money as a youth coper in Nigeria. But the best thing to do is to take time and study your environment first and see their needs.

Bring what they want to them and you will make serious money from that. Just a tip of advice, for you to be reading this post tells me you are serious about your future. And you want to make effective use of your one year.

Which of course is good, I commend you for that but the place of God cannot be overemphasis in once life make sure you give time for prayer and plan for your future.

10. ==> Hair Stylist

Hairstyling is another major side hustle for Youth corpers in Nigeria that guarantees extra income aside from your normal monthly allawee of 33,000. Are you a corps member that has mastered the skills of hairstyling? Do you know how to make people look their best with the magical power of your hands? Why not use these skills to make money as a corper?

As corps members with little or no startup capital, you don’t need to worry, just start with what you have- your hands, and watch as your fortunes rise.

You don’t need to worry about business space for a start, you can use your lodge, and also do home services to your fellow corpers and the locals. I have a lot of friends who started to make money this way in their youth service year.

Let the locals know that you offer hair styling service to people- and also let them know the price you take for a certain haircut or a particular hairdo.

This is one of the best ways to make money as a corper in Nigeria, with no startup capital, just your acquired skills. It is cheap to start up but pays very well. This is a very lucrative and profitable business idea for NYSC members.

How Much Can I Make During One Year National Youth Service?

Well, this question is simply difficult to answer because of two reasons. Cost of living varies from cities to cities across Nigeria. Also, corps members have different lifestyles and spending habits.

Basically, to make sure you have more than enough at the end of NYSC, when spending prioritize your needs over your wants, avoid extravagant friends and companies and endeavour to invest whatever funds that comes into your account monthly.

Did you make money during your NYSC days?

Are you about to go for NYSC or even serving currently? Post a comment below, let’s rub minds.

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