While some states are starting to open up, not everyone's eager to go out and risk infection. If you're among the many Americans still staying at home, and you've got a creative teenager that's bouncing off the walls, here's a potential solution.
Fiverr is an online portal for freelancers, i.e. some company needs a logo, and they can pick from the signed-up designers pitching their services. (They offer other services too, but we're only concerned with design here.) I was shocked to learn that their age limit for participating is 13!
I was thinking if I was 13 and trapped in my parents' house, and interested in design, I could be talked into working on a portfolio (with some guidance) just to pass the time. The carrot would be if I could actually land a freelance project and earn my own money.
Fiverr competitor AnyTask's age limit is a nearby 14.
If you try this and it actually works, be sure to let us know.
"I'll say it again, Robert: Good, Fast, Cheap. Pick TWO."