SOJRN /ˈsōjərn/; noun
1. : an immersive, temporary stay to explore novel interests, connect with others, get a fresh perspective, and discover a different you.

With an emphasis on slow travel, mindful connection, and lifelong learning, Sojrn gives you the tools to go where your curiosity takes you.

Sojrn offers work and travel programs for remote professionals.

Based on a philosophy of

Slow & Mindful Travel

Slow travel can be interpreted in many ways. 

 

To us, it means:

  • Respectfully and openly engaging with the culture, participating only when invited.

  • Exploring mindfully and leaving no trace.

  • Taking time to appreciate the details and intimate moments that make life interesting.

It also means avoiding over-tourism, keeping gems hidden, and pouring travel dollars into the communities we visit.

Sojrns have been designed with these principles in mind and we invite you to practice them in your own exploring. 

Intent on having a

Positive Impact

We believe in slow and sustainable travel, protecting planet Earth, and giving back to the communities we visit.

 

We are committed to being a climate neutral brand, supporting local economies, and only working with vendors that align with our values.

Sojrn offers work and travel programs for remote professionals.
Tara Cappel | Sojrn

Meet the team behind

Our Story

Sojrn is brought to you by the travel-obsessed team at FTLO Travel, the fastest growing group travel company for young professionals. 

As a fully remote travel company, we know a thing or two about creating amazing travel experiences living and working abroad. We took that knowledge and turned it into Sojrn to help you "live" abroad, explore different passions, and connect with people who share your interests.

Whether you've dreamed of learning Spanish in Colombia, salsa dancing in Cuba, or studying history in Rome, we want to help you make it happen.

Founder, Tara Cappel 

Our Community

See why people, a lot like you, are loving the idea of studying abroad as an adult with Sojrn

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"I absolutely regret never having studied abroad. As an adult with a full-time job, this could be a great compromise! I want to live as much like a local as possible and soak up the culture. I also want to be very intentional about making sure I have time to learn the language while still being able to work."