The Students 2nd Income Opportunity Investment Workshop is an investment portfolio workshop for students in higher institutions who is looking for alternative source of income to finance their education. It is an investment with our partner direct sales company – Royale Business Club International – managed by our team.
The Student 2nd Income Opportunity Investment is a two-edge sword investment for students to finance their education and lay a foundation for a better life after graduation.
The Student 2nd Income Opportunity Investment is a referral based investment opportunity design to provide a regular alternative source of income. You will receive wellness products worth ₦47,000. It is expected to yield at least 913% return on investment after 6 months of registration. For instance, if you invest ₦40,000 you are expected to earn at least ₦365,400 after 6 months which is expected to run into millions in your first year.
The Need For Students 2nd Income Opportunity Investment
Low-income and working-class students face many challenges related to the costs and affordability of higher education; yet, little is known about the financial decisions made by these groups of students while they are enrolled in higher education and how their decisions might differ from middle/upper-class students. Using data from students enrolled at six large, public research universities in 2012, researchers examined 16 different financial decisions of undergraduate students.
Results suggest that low-income and working-class students are more likely to make decisions that could negatively impact their immediate academic experience, serve as disruptive barriers to success, delay or prolong graduation, or lead to increased debt upon graduation.
The financial challenges encountered by low-income students can negatively impact their trajectory to graduation. While obtaining a college degree is often viewed as a critical component of social mobility, students from lower/working-class backgrounds are significantly less likely to attend college, persist, and graduate regardless of their academic ability than their peers from higher income families or those who are not the first in their families to graduate from college. Mortenson (2007) found that by age 24, only 12% of students from low-income families earned a baccalaureate degree compared with 73% of their higher-income peers. Furthermore, longitudinal data from the National Center for Education Statistics (2003) suggests that only 7.5% of Pell grant recipients obtained a bachelor degree within six years and that first-generation students were three times less likely to graduate in six years compared with students who were not the first in their families to attend college.
As tuition and fees continue to increase, and costs for higher education are increasingly borne by families rather than the federal and state government, it is important to note that finances affect the undergraduate experience and academic behaviors related to degree completion.
Who Is Students 2nd Income Opportunity Investment For?
This program is for full-time or part-time students who is willing to invest at least ₦40,000 for alternative source of income. For the program to continue to yield high return on investment, you must invite 2 persons into any of our investment program (online or offline).
Below is a breakdown of what you can earn after six months of registration.
|Month||No of Referrals||Earnings (₦)|
In the illustration above, we assume you only invite 2 persons in the first month of the 6 months under review. However, for every other person you refer after the first 2, you get additional bonus of at least ₦2300 depending on the package of the referral.
NOTE: You cannot refer more than two persons directly under yourself. Every other referral must be placed under your downline to earn more from the system.
Request A Proposal For S2IOI
Fill the form below to request a proposal for the Students 2nd Income Opportunity Investment program to learn more on how it works, benefits, earning potentials, your responsibility or to attend a Students 2nd Income Opportunity Investment workshop in our office or at designated venue.