Students have joined S-H-A-R-I-N-G University for free and have upgraded to Level 1 by paying the first class fee. Class fees are paid in the 5 x 10 matrix by "paying it forward" to other students. Students receive their pay it forward payments when they are qualified for each level. When the student upgrades to the next level the computer program will automatically inform the student who to pay the class fee to. Students are not qualified to receive payments on a particular level if they have not purchased that level; consequently the payments will bypass the student and go to the next qualified student.
S-H-A-R-I-N-G University Students receive social entrepreneurship training on each level. Students may choose to participate in our internship program. Simply, the internship program gives a student an opportunity to practice and apply what they have learned in the Social Entrepreneur Classes in the real world while helping people on a global scale.
We have solid wealth and health internships with each having a definite purpose. Each internship focuses on helping people where they are in life. If a person wants to help sick people, there are internships they can choose for that purpose. If a person wants to focus on marketing, there are internships they can choose that will benefit them in their marketing efforts. If a person wants passive income to fund projects or for retirement, there are internships that give outstanding returns with very little risk. The internships are flexible to fit each person's goals.
Advocates are extraordinary students who believe in and adhere to our mission and vision. Students are invited to be Advocates if they promote SU’s Humanitarian Projects and University the correct way. When Advocates refer others to the SU Store and SU Projects that bring in revenue helping to support S-H-A-R-I-N-G University, then they may be chosen to join our staff and receive an expense account so they in turn can help more people.
We encourage Advocates to help with our S-H-A-R-I-N-G Humanitarian Projects like helping with relief for world disasters, helping with warehousing emergency supplies, giving blankets to the poor and homeless, cooking and feeding the hungry, building sustainable communities throughout the world, providing community housing for the sick and homeless, working in organic farms providing food throughout the year, and upgrading donated houses and facilities for particular needs.
Advocates are the ones who “get the job done!” They help others as they have the skills and time to participate. SU Humanitarian Projects are life-changing events and after a mission is completed, there will be opportunity for Advocates that have worked on a given project to meet, have fellowship, learn from each other’s experiences, and participate in fun activities together.