No, you can’t.From the Reused Content section of the Channel monetization policies…”Content that violates this guidelineTaking someone elseâs content, making minimal changes, and calling it your own original work would be a violation of this guideline. This policy applies even if you have permission from the original creator. Reused content is separate from YouTubeâs Copyright enforcement, which means itâs not based on copyright, permission, or fair use. This guideline means sometimes, you may not get claims against your content, but your channel may still violate our reused content guidelines.More examples of whatâs not allowed to monetize (this list is not exhaustive):Clips of moments from your favorite show edited together with little or no narrativeShort videos you compiled from other social media websitesCollections of songs from different artists (even if you have their permission)Content uploaded many times by other creatorsPromotion of other peopleâs content (even if you have permission)”https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/1311392#zippy=%2Cfollow-adsense-program-policiesYouTube will only monetize unique and original content. What you want to create is neither unique, nor original.Also: YouTube isn’t a job, nor would YouTube be your employer if you were in the Partner Program.