How to Make a Great Income as a Virtual Assistant

Ashlee Geheb, Entrepreneurship Educator for Creatives

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7 Videos (20m)
    • Trailer & Intro

    • Your Background

    • Level 1

    • Level 2

    • Level 3

    • Training

    • Project


About This Class

In this quick class we'll go over the different "levels" of being a Virtual Assistant. VA's can make anywhere from $10-30+ per hour (US dollars) and I personally put myself through school as a VA before branching out to freelance writing, web designing and a few other freelancing type businesses that paid very well! This is a great class if you're looking to make some extra money online, perhaps to pay for school or travel while still making an income on your laptop, or even to stay at home with your kids while still earning good money! This is also for you if you'd like to someday break into the freelance writing industry, graphic or web design, even consulting or coaching one day! We go over smaller jobs like "microwork" all the way up to starting your own Virtual Assistant business! 

25 of 26 students recommendSee All

Great intro to virtual assisting. The class made me feel more confident and more prepared to start a new career.
This was a great class
There is good, sound information with lots of tips and links.





Ashlee Geheb

Entrepreneurship Educator for Creatives

I started my first business when I was 4 years old - an "art brokering" firm run out of my Nana's house, using my cousins art as my business model. My first high paying customer was the UPS man - and hey, 25 cents IS high paying when you're only 4!! ;) 

Today I am an entrepreneurship educator full time, as well as a serial entrepreneur with several side projects, my favorite being the nontraditional photography company I run with my husband!  I am an entreprepreneur to the bone, and a huge teacher at heart! That's why Skillshare has basically become the PB to my jam! ;) 

I am mildly obsessed with furbabies of the dog + cat varieties, Vacationland (aka Maine), traveling + adventuring, reading, exploring faith + theology, and getting my freckle game on outside! ;) 

I fully believe when we simplify things we can live full + intentional lives with less stress. So yes, I'm sorta a minimalist - who owns too many books and DVD's from the 90's and 2000's (classics y'all!) But...I believe this simplifying practice is also essential in our businesses too!

For all my fellow entrepreneurs & boss ladies, I've put together an Oprah-style list of my favorite biz & life tools and resources to keep you sane! Check it out here.

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