How do we create capstone experiences that mirror the demands, expectations, and vision of the professional world? We developed a case study competition for interprofessional education across five discipline capstone courses in a school of allied health. Led by health management faculty, we practiced interprofessional engagement ourselves and rallied campus and alumni partners in developing an experience that has buy-in across a variety of health disciplines. Identification of key resources, collaborative practices, and engaging in unfamiliar territory elevated the faculty to translate pedagogical ideas into creating an engaging experience for interprofessional teams of students. Using our campus health center as the case, students practiced difficult to teach skills like time management, critical thinking, application of theory to practice, collegiality with peers, and performance under pressure.