Start a career that you love. Earn $3 to $50 per hour working for companies from around the world.



Eligibility to become a "Work from Home Professional"?

Should have a desktop or a laptop with good configuration

Should have a stable high speed Internet connection with back-up (Back-up Internet and & Electricity optional)

Should have a excellent command over English.

Should be willing to work anytime during the day or night depending on the time zone of your employer or client.

What is a "Work from Home Professional"?

In the simplest terms, a Work from Home Professional (WFHP) performs various support tasks for businesses from a remote location. WFHPs work part-time, full-time, or on a temporary basis. Many WFHPs work as independent contractors, whereas others work through virtual companies, like The CAS Global Business Services.

Although this industry is growing by leaps and bounds there are still plenty of people who don’t really understand what a virtual assistant is or how they can play a vital role in the growth of a business — both online and traditional brick and mortar. Many people look at WFHPs as little more than executive assistants. But it’s more complicated than that! It’s true that in some circumstances we might be performing some of the traditional tasks associated with administrative work.

What types of jobs does a WFHPs do?

This the second most common question we are asked revolves around the types of services that you can offer as a Virtual Assistant. The truth of the matter is that there is no cut and dry list of activities that a virtual assistant does. The journey that someone takes to become a Virtual Assistant looks something like this: You find out that you can legitimately work online and make money from the comfort of your own home.

That sounds appealing, and you read about the basic setup of a VA business.  But then you start wondering what virtual assistant services you can offer. This is where a lot of people get stuck and give up.

Depending upon your skills and interests, you’re almost guaranteed to find something that will appeal to potential clients. Here are a few examples:


  • Data entry

  • Processing online orders and refunds

  • Email management

  • Social media management

  • Graphic design

  • Lead generation

  • Editing and proofreading

  • Website design

  • Transcription

  • Keyword research

  • Video Editing

  • More than 100+ Work from Home careers

The list goes on and on! For many busy entrepreneurs, the greater the variety of tasks you can handle, the better. Services are one thing, but you might be wondering what skills do you need to become a virtual assistant? Obviously, if you’re planning to work online, a general understanding of all-things-internet is a good place to start. Having some specific skills and experience will make getting started easier and it’ll definitely help with landing the first few clients.

Your experience could include any variety of business activities — both online and offline. At the same time, it’s important to note that a lack of skills should never be a deterrent. A high degree of motivation, good communication skills and a desire to learn are equally, if not more important.

How to become a "Work from Home Professional"?

Here at Center for American Studies we keep things as simple as possible and taking BIG action. If you’re here looking for some kind of secret, there isn’t one. Our course, 21 Days or Less to become a "Work from Home Professional" goes in much greater detail — walking you through each individuals step across 21+ lessons.

Here are the few things that we will be teaching you:

  • What is a "Work from Home Professional?".

  • How to choose your "Work from Home" (WFH) career?

  • How to start a WFH career?

  • Setting your hourly rate.

  • Find legitimate companies that provide real WFH jobs.

  • Legitimate websites that gives you real income

  • Identify WFH scams and how to avoid them

  • Setting up your home office

  • Choosing the right equipments for your home office

  • Create your own WFH website

  • Professional networking sites

  • Build powerful online profiles

  • Software tools that will enhance your business or career

  • Writing business/marketing emails

  • Marketing yourself and finding work

  • Finding your first client

  • How to create invoice and get paid

  • Time Management tips

  • Client Management

  • How to get new clients

These are only a few topics that we will be teaching you. Please call us to get detailed course content. One thing to keep in mind as you learn through these is that your objective is to start promoting and pitching your services as quickly as possible. Acquiring clients and generating revenue should always be at the top of your priority list.