The Field Education portion of the MSW program is a major contributor to a student’s general knowledge and experience. In order to integrate the course work, research, and readings from class, many of our assignments are open for individualization. This means that when assigned with the task of building a group presentation, the group members can bring in their previous experiences, interests, and Field Education-based knowledge. Currently, I am in a group tasked with presenting a policy proposal regarding individuals with disabilities. This collaborative project has been excellent as it has allowed me time to further my understanding of a topic by discussing it with colleagues. All of us have our different passions and plans, but we also have very different skill sets and ideas. The information learned from this in-class presentation is helping me explain policy limitations to the professionals at my Field site while feeling secure in my suggested proposals for change. Likewise, I have been able to discuss the assignment with professionals at Field and elsewhere in putting together a comprehensive, informed presentation for other students. Without this integrative aspect, I imagine there would be a confusing void between the two major components of the program.