I’m an 7th grader trying to make a quick buck. Would selling Tutoring be a good way? How should I market myself? Any other advice?
I doubt anyone would hire you....sorry but I'm honest.
Save the tutoring until you reach an age were parents are sure you know more that their kids. Consider manual labor for a couple of years. I made a pile at your age snow shoveling walks and driveways. I charged 15 bucks as a base price up to three inches of snow depth, then added another buck for each additional inch. So a job shifting a foot of snow, for instance, would cost a customer 24 dollars. It may not sound like much, but I used to have a big customer base and did a couple of jobs every day after school and at least 10 jobs a day on weekends. It adds up. I used the money I earned in a single winter to buy a riding lawnmower and started cutting grass in the summer for 25 bucks a lawn. Know how many lawns you can cut in a day with a rider? Enough to make a pretty good living.
At $10/hour, I doubt ANYONE will hire a 7th grader to tutor anyone. Try $2.00/hour.
No one's going to hire a 7th grader to tutor a 6th grader.
I doubt any parents would pay a seventh grader $10/hr to tutor a sixth grader. If you were in high school or college, maybe. Have you considered babysitting, dog walking, yard work/lawn mowing/snow shoveling?
At your age you could make a little money all year around by baby sitting or pet sitting or cleaning folks homes.