With start up, Raise.me, high school students will be able to earn hundreds of dollars for taking a job making sandwiches at at Subway or babysitting a younger brother after school. A job running the cash register at a family corner store could be worth as much as $2,000 — similar to the amount that a student would earn for a year’s worth of straight A’s. Raise.me says it now has almost 400,000 students signed up to use its services, and has made deals with 200 colleges ranging from Arizona State University to Michigan State to Tulane. It generates revenue by charging colleges to use its platform. Story via #BuzzFeed (@BuzzFeed)

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