Work is changing. There are plenty of opportunities to work at home or on the go. You can clock your hours when and where it’s best for you and spend more time with people you value. You also have a chance to work with a variety of people all over the world. If you miss the old-school water-cooler camaraderie, try coworking, which is taking off everywhere.

At Amava, we’re working hard to uncover possibilities for you as you Discover Your Next. Many people inquire about  working from home or on the go, so we’re delivering some fresh, flexible ideas for earning and learning that might work for you.



Ways to Work from Where You Want to Be

Be the boss of posts, comments and likes as a Social Media Manager.

Support someone busy from wherever you are as a Virtual Assistant.

Medical Coding/Billing is something you can do on your own time in your own place.

If you are spending time online anyway, take Online Surveys for money or perks.

A Customer Service Rep can work online or on the phone, at home or on the road.

If you have the skills to be an Editor, you can work from a coffee shop or mountaintop.



Exclusive Offer for Amava Members

Got opinions? How about getting paid to express them as part of one of our soon-to-launch Amava Focus Groups. We’re putting together teams of Members to give organizations insights into your preferences, interests and concerns about a variety of products and services. Opportunities may be online, via email, telephone, web-conference or in-person. Click here to let us know you’re interested in an Amava Focus Group. We’re hoping to be up and running by the second half of 2019.



Add This to Your Bucket List…

Hit the trail and meet other outdoor enthusiasts while you clear the paths for others working on a Mountain Club Trail Crew.

Get your smock on and be part of communal art as you engage in Collaborative Art Making.



On the Way Out…

“We like to give people the freedom to work where they want, safe in the knowledge that they have the drive and expertise to perform excellently, whether they are at their desk or in their kitchen. Yours truly has never worked out of an office, and never will.” — Richard Branson, Founder and Chairman of Virgin