The best summer of my life was working at the White House as an intern.
I landed in Washington, D.C. in early June, excited but nervous about my first day of work. I was placed in the Office of Presidential Correspondence as a participant of the White House Internship Program (WHIP). WHIP is a highly selective opportunity, and typically receives several thousand applications every year from highly-qualified young servant leaders from all across the nation. I was blessed to be chosen as one of 147 interns the White House invited onboard this summer.