S-H-A-R-I-N-G stands for “Sending Hope And Rebuilding Into National Goals.” S-H-A-R-I-N-G University (SU) is a 508 (c)(1)(a) company, a Spiritual and Humanitarian organization dedicated to providing a platform for change. Their goal is to raise the standard of human experience for all nations by eliminating poverty and sickness globally. Their education is focused on Social Entrepreneurship; specializing in businesses that solve community problems and address pandemic health issues.
Currently in the accreditation process as a business school, SU makes starting a successful business achievable for all walks of life. The university provides their students with a free website, free and low-cost business opportunities and free training with easy to follow instructions.
In addition, SU provides access to free cell phone service, free business tools. passive investment programs, housing programs, nutritional information and products that provide duplicatable businesses. People can advance from zero to hero regardless of their status upon enrollment.
Imagine what it could mean to someone with no viable options in the past to suddenly have unlimited options with SU’s education.
S-H-A-R-I-N-G University students enroll in Level 0 for free in SU’s unique Peer-to-Peer, Pay-it-Forward Tuition Plan. The SU platform is designed to give people easy access to Class Levels 1 – 10 for a one time out of pocket cost of five dollars.
Students can grow their financial nest egg throughout their education. Those that continue through the curriculum have ever increasing opportunities to follow each other into SU’s social entrepreneurial opportunities receiving additional funding simply by sharing these products and services with others.
While SU provides students the needed income to fund their purpose in life, they are simultaneously developing mentally, physically, emotionally and spiritually as well. Students experience personal transformation while saving money, getting paid daily, learning how to leverage assets like cryptocurrencies, and receive passive and residual income from multiple streams of income. When hope is restored, and personal needs met, students often choose to contribute to society.
If we can make it possible for the homeless to create an income with no resources, clearly the rest of us can likely succeed as well.