There are a ton of great reasons to become a zimmi freelancer, but you should know that there’s an approval process for all freelancers. Please take a look carefully at the requirements before applying.
When you're ready, apply here
Here are just a few of the benefits you'll enjoy as a zimmi freelancer:
Earned Income: You'll set your own rates, so you can be happy with the income you earn.
Set Your Own Schedule: You'll set your own schedule, so you can allow yourself sufficient time to complete the project well before the deadline.
Letter of Recommendation: By delivering excellent service to your clients and collecting 5 star reviews, you can earn our leadership team's letter of recommendation to the college, scholarship committee, or potential employer of your choice.
Steps to becoming a zimmi freelancer:
Submit an application here. You'll need a copy of a recent report card and your parent's permission.
If approved, you'll receive instructions for submitting the details of your service(s). Need ideas? Check out zimmi U for ideas.
You'll set your own pricing. Keep in mind zimmi deducts a service fee of 20%, so set your pricing accordingly.
You'll receive a note once you have an order. Use the "Members Chat" to communicate with your buyer and deliver the order in the allotted delivery time.
Once you have delivered, we will request approval from your client. Once approved, your payment will be scheduled for deposit (minus the 20% service fee). Deposits are made within 14 days of your completed delivery.
Keep it on zimmi
We have a convenient platform for you to utilize to upload completed work. Whether you are conducting research, or creating a video, you can upload the finished product right here on zimmi, without the need to provide clients with your personal contact information.
Keep it Professional
Remember that zimmi is a professional resource for you to find freelance employment opportunities. Keep your communications with clients friendly, but professional. No need to share personal details unless they are directly related to the project.