Being in Argentina, it was a life-changing experience. I was able to get to know whole different, cultural whole different world. When I was at CFHI, in, which was in a city up in Argentina called Cordoba, it was a program where, not only would we take Spanish classes, but we also spent time in the hospital, working alongside nurses and doctors. I would go to a hospital in the morning, usually from eight to noon, and then I would have class in afternoon, from three to seven. I definitely was able to gain more experience while in Argentina. I, when I was in the hospitals, the nurses and doctors were very kind, they were very open to helping me on whatever matter I needed. They want us to ask them questions, and they were very eager to teach us anything that we would like to know. While I was there, I let them basically know what I wanted to learn, and they worked alongside me, and make sure I was able to learn those skills that I felt that I was lacking. I went to Argentina not knowing any Spanish, hardly at all. I took Spanish 1 and 2 here at OCU, Beginning Spanish 1 and 2. But I was still not prepared at the level that I would have liked to have been. I got there, and they were really great in that program. They provided me Spanish. Not only did I do the Spanish classes, but also I asked for a tutor, and they provided me with a tutor. And I was able to go in the hospital and communicate with the nurses and the patients and the doctors, and it really, it’s amazing how much one is able to learn in a study-abroad process where they are just immersed in the language, and are not speaking hardly any English, or none at all. So I was able to be able to have conversations with people by the time I left. It’s experience that you will never forget, and you will be very glad that you did it. It was the one thing in life that I will never regret, and I’m so glad that I was able to do that.