For my senior capstone, my partner and I decided that we wanted to do a health fair for the 9th graders,(since we both want to become nurses) something that will inform the kids of SLA how important their health is and how we can do better in being healthier as a community. In putting on the health fair it took a lot of planning and timing to do in order to make sure that everything went smoothly. We researched and came up with some topics that would be fitting and they were STDs/HIV, eating healthy, exercising drugs/alcohol, and mental health. Things that are relevant in today’s society that teens need to be made aware of. We even got in contact with some nurses and medical physicians who could have possibly been able to come and present one of those topics. The process was rough because we had to keep changing dates of when the health fair would be because time was winding down, had to figure out how we could rearrange the schedule that would allow the 9th graders to come down and wouldn’t disrupt their classes, and then we weren’t able to present a big health fair like we originally wanted to. We ended up presenting a smaller health fair to some seniors. This whole experience taught me a lot about planning things according to dates and times. I’ve learned how to manage time more wisely and also how to make the best out of a situation even if it doesn’t go as planned. Even if we didn't do it like we originally planned, everything still worked out and we got it done and it still was successful.