Once partnership, preparation, and safety issues are addressed, and a team is prepared to embark on an outreach trip, or work week in an underserved area, the excitement and anticipation are high. Student pharmacists' roles and activities are defined by internship licenses.27 Despite predefined roles, these kinds of adventures require that participants be adaptable, flexible, and ready to step into other roles that come along during the trip. Although they seem to be mundane tasks, making sure supply boxes are all accounted for and people are all where they should be will fill mornings and evenings in preparation for the next day's work. As a student health-care professional, you will be addressing the needs of the community and your team. However, your own health and safety needs must be kept in mind. Getting enough sleep, dressing appropriately for the climate, keeping water and nutritional snacks (ie, protein bars) on hand for days when meals times may vary, will make it easier to learn and function as a team member.