Working in Developing Countries as an Engineer

I have worked in different countries despite my young age. As a student, I had the privilege of leading a team for a project in Carmen Pampa, Bolivia as part of the Engineers Without Borders — South Dakota State University (EWB-SDSU) chapter. Upon graduation, I joined the EWB-Rocky Mountain Professionals and we have been working on multiple projects in the Quiche region of Guatemala. Now, I had the opportunity to mentor a group of students from the EWB-CU Boulder chapter for a domestic project in Puerto Rico. I dare to say that Puerto Rico feels so isolated from the US that…