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Posted 31 March 2005 - 07:47 PM
Posted 31 March 2005 - 07:49 PM
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Posted 08 April 2005 - 06:25 AM
D.I. o dance instructor nung College, yung kinikita ko yun ang pinapambaon ko sobra pa, dami ko pang pang-gimmick at pambili ng damet Hanggang ngayun D.I. paren ako aside from my regular office work
So you can dance? Cool!
I used to edit papers for students who went to the school across mine. Not so big a money scheme but I got to help a lot of students
Posted 08 April 2005 - 08:10 AM
2) write for a newspaper(broadsheet d tabloid) while studying
3) accepts made to order electrical circuit plates for drafting
4) made to order c/c++ programming.
5) buy and sell magic: the gathering cards (buy low, sell high!)
6) tutor elementary math, science and english. (i love to teach)
7) fix computers at a neighborhood net cafe (practice my craft)
di naman sabay sabay lahat yan, pag may pagkakataon lang.
Edited by macx98, 08 April 2005 - 08:13 AM.
Posted 08 April 2005 - 02:44 PM
minsan din, pag may seminars. nag-aassist ako sa instructors. malaki ung kita sa latter
Posted 11 April 2005 - 05:57 PM
I served as Student Assistant (at PhP 2.50 / hour) during my sophomore year. To save on cost of lodging, I became a "big brother" in the dorm. This situation even forced me to take graduate courses when I graduated and started working, because it was the only way to keep my room at the dorm.
Then, PNA opened a Los Banos bureau, and most of journ students became srtringers, getting paid PhP 2.50 per column inch of printed articles; 50 ctvs per line of teletyped story (we were supposed to do our own teletyping).
Later, I graduated to editing thesis manuscripts; pag undergrad, almost pro-bono, but the rate increases for Masters and beyond; even more so if they have thesis scholarship/thesis support.
Even later, audio and audio-visual productions (pati audio commercial na ginagamit sa probinsiya, pinapatos ko) and then I was taken as a Research Assistant even as an undergrad (I was completing my thesis).
Since I go home to Manila every weekend, I even remember trying to haul quesong puti and fresh milk produced in UPLB to sell in our village. The market would have been good - pero tinamaan din ako ng hiya - I think I was trying to go out with a neighbours daughter at some time.
Posted 13 April 2005 - 08:31 PM
nung 5 year nko sa engineering ngAdviser mr ng 2 grupo para sa design, i will help them make a prototype 4 their design n me dumidiskarte n sila gumagawa...paperworks nun n materials acquisition me ang tumitira..i ws able 2 get my tution fee for a sem sa 2 designs n yun..hehehe...
now yakangyaka ko n work..sanay nako sa pressure..n 4 me training tlg yun...na learn ko kgd ang value ng money n sarap gastosin pg sariling pawis mo nanggaling!!!
Posted 21 April 2005 - 03:09 PM
cheerdancer (w/ allowance, uniform, and NCAA all-access pass)
street/jazz dancer (travel, meet new friends from different colleges and universities)
news writer (2T/month)
sports editor (3T/month, NCAA all-access pass, meet and greet Jinno Rufino.. haaaay)
logo designer (legacy in our department)
scriptwriter (trophies, ExcelLANCE and SCMAA recognitions)
layout artist (1000/day)
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Scalper tickets sa UAAP...
Posted 19 May 2005 - 05:16 PM
Posted 21 May 2005 - 11:43 PM
in a government agency as a writer. classes
were all during evenings.
Posted 22 May 2005 - 02:10 PM
trip ko lang nmn, wlang magawa e...... lucrative yung magic cards, cheap kasi yung type 1 (old) cards sa iloilo so i sell em sa manila for twice the price...
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