In the early months of the coronavirus pandemic, there was a huge demand for international virtual exchange programming to connect young people during a time of disruption and isolation. With parents, educators, and young people experiencing burnout and “Zoom fatigue” after months of continued disruption, demand for virtual exchange and virtual learning waned. Nearly a year after schools, courses, and exchanges have returned to in-person education and programming, what is the state of virtual exchange? Why does virtual exchange remain important two years into a pandemic? Educators and virtual exchange implementers will talk about the need and demand for virtual exchange, challenges and successes, and what they envision for the future.