5 ways Atlanta teachers can earn extra money

Some Atlanta-area teachers may be interested in earning extra money either from home or through part-time jobs outside the home. If you're hoping to add a few more dollars to your wallet, here are a few ideas.

As the homeschool community continues to grow, you may want to pass the word that you are available as a tutor. Check with the Georgia Home Education Association. Also, you may want to see if colleges or tutoring companies are hiring part-time tutors. For online tutoring, you could check CheggTutors, StudyPool and Tutor.com.

Become a class instructor

Parks and recreation departments often seek part-time experts to lead classes in their field of expertise. Also, if you have a knack for crafts, you may want to check with Hobby Lobby or Michaels to offer classes.

Write about education

Need another way to feed your passion for education? Write for print or online publications that need freelancers. Simply pitch your ideas to a few editors, and start putting pen to paper.

Be a test scorer

Sure, you already have a ton of tests to grade on your own, but you could earn extra cash by adding a few more exams to your stack. Companies including Pearson, ETS and Write Score looking for help.

Sell your teaching materials

Check out Teachers Pay Teachers to share your lesson plans, curricula or graphics with other educators, and get paid for it. Try out Share My Lesson and Teacher Lingo, too.