FTLO Travel, the Millennial group travel company, recently launched a new program for young professionals working remotely – SOJRN. The new concept is described as "the perfect post-pandemic reprieve allowing people to live, work, connect and learn in amazing locations."
The month-long experience allows travelers an immersive learning experience while traveling with like-minded adults. Thus far, the brand has released a list of destinations and themes–called Chapters–that include the Spanish Language in Medellin, Technology in Tokyo, and Winemaking in Tuscany. Each location includes a wifi connection, access to a fully-equipped co-working space, travel accommodations, and a variety of entertainment options.
“After a difficult year, we can’t wait to get back to helping people explore the world both through our shorter FTLO trips and our new SOJRN offering. Slow travel and a community-centric approach has always been at the heart of our company. We’ve taken that same ethos and created a new way for people to explore in a post-Covid world where remote work is widely accepted and people have the ability to spend more time in one place,” says CEO Tara Cappel, who founded SOJRN’s parent company FTLO Travel in 2016.
SOJRN is now accepting pre-applicants, and since each Chapter will only accept 40 participants, demand is high and interested parties should act quickly.
Image Credit: SOJRN
SOJRN Was Made for Remote-Working Young Professionals
Grace Mahas — December 17, 2020 — World
References: facebook & sojrn.travel