As a mentor you will provide one-to-one training to developers who need your help with code. You answer their questions and any queries they might have and review their code. Projects range from small tasks to larger freelance projects and contractor opportunities.
Unlike regular freelance websites, the clients on Codementor are screen before posting jobs and include Fortune 500 companies, startups and tech companies.
You also have a chance to build your own community by contributing blog posts to the site, showing your expertise and profiling your skills to get more clients.
While payment will obviously depend on the projects you apply and are accepted for, Codementor says there is the potential to earn more than $2500 a week. If you want to check out how much you could earn have a look at the different categories on their freelance rates page, but to give you an idea:
- Mobile apps - $61-80 per hour
- Web development - $61-80 per hour
- Wordpress development - $61-80 per hour
- Full-stack developer - $61-80 per hour
- Blockchain developer - $81-100 per hour
- iOS developer - $81-100 per hour