Part I:

SOW will select a cohort from submitted applications to travel abroad to a predetermined orphanage, school, or other facility and conduct seminars, camps, activities, teachings, etc.

The group will immerse into a new culture, which will enable them to learn about differences, diversity, and tolerance through education, raised awareness, and a variety of other activities while catering to and experiencing a developing rural community.

Part II:

While abroad, SOW will distribute paper applications as well as provide access to an online application to the surrounding community. SOW will select a cohort from abroad to immerse into a new culture -- the United States culture.

SOW will provide the visitors with a welcome package and invite them into a host-family house where they will follow the Part II curriculum, including trips to New York City, Philadelphia, Washington D.C., and other northeast attractions.

Global Facts & Possible SOW Interventions: