This course offers a forum for students to reflect upon and discuss their experiences in the practicum environment. Through discussion and presentation, students have the opportunity to integrate their practicum experience into the public health curriculum, as well as to incorporate input and perspectives from other students’ experiences. Students who have previously completed their required practicum will deliver a professional presentation of findings from the research conducted or programmatic input provided during the internship. Through this mode of presentation and analysis, students hone their analytic skills, develop leadership capacity, and apply strategic communication techniques. This course forms a fundamental building block in the master’s degree curriculum as students synthesize field-based learning with their classroom instruction and gain training for future leadership in public health.