This chapter explores conversations between all of the co-authors with their responses summarized in the text. As young and emergent scholars, people are often led to believe that people lack the credentials or necessary experience to publish works, speak at conferences, or design our own projects. Barriers to entry are entrenched by a stigma that undergraduates should function only as “assistants” or “helpers” rather than full participants in research. Available extracurricular opportunities are frequently publicized to students in more conventional fields, such as science or business. Undergraduate research opportunities allow students to contribute to the existing field while also bringing new perspectives to challenge and expand old ways of thinking. When deciding which assignment or task to complete, people are more likely to value research projects over a mundane homework assignment because these contributions matter to the success of a much larger goal.