This exchange changed my world. It was an experience I will always remember, and one that I will be able to draw from and connect to my life back home. It has been an amazing opportunity to explore another culture I may never have explored otherwise, and it has allowed me to meet new people from different cities, backgrounds and cultures I would have never met otherwise. And best of all, it has officially given me the travel bug. I had an amazing time in Bangladesh, and I expanded my horizons so much. Being in a foreign country is sometimes hard, because you are displaced from everything you know and are familiar with. But it was great to be able to get away from my culture and learn about another one. I was able to experience and enjoy the differences, such as traffic and food, while finding a new appreciation for things I missed from home. I have learned a lot about climate change, how our cultures shape us, and even a little bit of Bengali. I have also learned what it means to help people, and how much of an impact a small group of people can make. Being able to learn about and meet people such as Korvi Rakshand of Jaago, and Mohammed Yunus of Grameen was so inspiring, because they believed in the young people: our future generation. They believed that we could change the world, and after this trip, I am going to have to agree with them. I have learned to look at problems from many different points of view, and I will continue to keep these lessons in mind moving forward. I will continue to travel and learn, and I will continue to bring all that I learned back home.