This article describes a three-day weekend camp for individuals with chronic aphasia and their care partners, designed to address personally relevant activities and conversations that help redevelop self-worth, confidence, and identity. The aim is to support carryover into individuals’ local communities. The camp is staffed by undergraduate students, providing experiences for the students in a non-traditional context. The aim was to examine the value of aphasia camp as a learning experience via the video reflections of 22 students. Each evening, students recorded individual video reflections following the broad prompt, “reflect on today’s experiences”. Sixty-two video reflections were recorded over three days. Videos were transcribed verbatim. Content analysis was conducted following both inductive and deductive approaches. Coding resulted in three main themes; 1. Applied learning 2. Service; and 3. Clinical experiences. The authors concluded that students perceive value in the experience and the video reflections were a useful method of capturing the students’ experiences. Opportunities for a range of student placements are often difficult to find, yet incredibly valuable in providing students with an insight to the real lives of people with communication difficulties.