There are nine students who are all working in ISAK’s Project NEPAL to provide post earthquake relief to Nepal through healthcare and education. Within this statement I am reminded of something that makes our group one that is individual. A student led organization, especially one that is led by high schoolers, is something that is hard to come by, and as a result people do not understand that despite our age we take this project seriously. This was the issue that our team ran into when arranging meetings. The struggle we faced was our ability to make organizations understand that our group is capable of leading ourselves. At meetings had to make sure that the questions were not directed at the supervisors advising us. We would come prepared so that our team was always a step ahead. Being a student run organization requires our team to act even more professional and organized if we ever want to be thoughtfully heard by the groups we are workings with. This is a norm, though. As society goes the older a person is, then the more capable they are. However, I have come to realize through ISAK’s Project NEPAL how working for a cause can change not only your life but others as a teenager. While trying to effectively implement a project, students are taught that situations there are not clear, but we face this by providing solutions thought of by a generation that has only begun to leave its imprint on the world. Even as our team is misunderstood, we remind ourselves that we must work to prove the power of youth to make change in the world around us.