For context, I'm a Senior who interned at a BB and am returning to my group next Summer as a FT IB analyst. I've got a few gigs going on currently and am actually making pretty good money now while being a full-time student, but I've always been intrigued by the idea of offering coaching or "tutoring" for investment banking recruiting prep. Coming from a non-target, I know I wish I had more resources during recruiting, and if I'd come from a wealthier background, I totally would've paid $60+ an hour for a couple of sessions to get my bearings straight with recruiting. Today I started thinking about it again since my sister was talking about charging $125 an hour for various middle/high school tutoring, which is nuts to me, so surely some people would pay half that for recruiting, networking, and interviewing advice to break into this field?Anyways, does anyone have experience offering tutoring/coaching for recruiting as a business (more than just helping a friend or two)? Or any tips on how I could monetize my baseline level of experience of grinding recruiting myself and ultimately getting multiple offers from different banks, and being the first kid from my school to land BB in 5+ years?Thanks!
For those saying "help them for free", guys, of course I help people for free, basically anyone that reaches out to me for help, from my school or not! This is purely asking if there's a way to monetize this in ADDITION to ofc helping people for free too, but like a service outside of that!