College sophomore Sarah Lentz received an internship offer to work with Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-Oh.) just before Election Day. Now, she said she is feeling apprehensive about working in Washington, D.C..
The Washington Post and the New York Times reported that the new unpaid position of assistant to the president grants Trump her own office in the West Wing, security clearance and communication devices.
“Sometimes on college campuses that seem really big and massive and sprawling, it’s really easy to forget one another, or not see one another, or look past one another,” Brencher said. “We miss opportunities to serve one another if we aren’t present.”