Working from home has allowed me to complete my community, long term care, and some concentration hours virtually. I was able to think outside the box to get impactful experiences by blending the internship needs as well as the needs of my community. I first reached out to friends and family that work within the education system to see if I could weave nutrition into their curriculum. From the comfort of my makeshift “office,” I created a nutrition experiment video for grades 3-5. These videos made their way to three different elementary schools’ remote learning websites. From doing this video, I received a great following and was asked to do more! Currently, over Zoom, I discuss nutrition by doing experiments and cooking demonstrations to an intellectual disabled fifth grade class. Both experiences I would have never received if it wasn’t for the pandemic. Even though this time has not been ideal it has tested my adaptability and opened different doors that led to amazing opportunities; however, I truly miss the hustle-and-bustle of the hospital setting and cannot wait to get back!