posted on Oct, 19 2005 @ 05:34 PM
My grandparents have started a small virtual assistant business. For those who haven't heard it before here's a quick definition: A virtual
assistant manage the office, keep shedules, plan meetings, etc. But most do this from their home. This saves the client money because they do not have
to pay for full time employee benefits and such.
Now, I want in! I'm a broke college student (tm). (I feel I said that enough times, that it can become my personal phrase). I can do almost every
office task, but I wanted to add some other things. I went through my local newspaper, looking to see if web site development, programming, etc was
needed. I know a couple of years ago, I saw tons. I'm not as an experienced as I like to be. I attended ITT for a year, then decided to go back to
biology at my Community College, then transfer. But I still remember a bit of Java programming that I did learn and I can pick up a C++ for Dummies to
learn that - I guess.
Well, I said all of that to ask. Is it even worth it? I was thinking that I'll brush up my web designing skills and offer my talents to some small
organizations, or something similar to that.