Exceeding My Expectations: The White House Internship Program
Ed. note: The application for the Fall 2012 White House Internship Program  is now open. This blog post introduces readers to Nicole Pasteur, a former intern who worked in the Office of Presidential Correspondence in the fall of 2011. When asked about her internship experience, Nicole writes: As one navigates the White House website, the “ Contact Us ” button never leaves the upper right-hand corner of the screen. The button encourages and invites Americans to e-mail, write, and call the White House in an effort to create “the most open and accessible administration in American history.” The White House seeks to cultivate a relationship with the American public by maintaining open lines of communication. Similarly, ten letters addressed to the President are delivered to the Oval Office each day, serving as President Obama’s “lifeline” and providing a snapshot of the issues that matter most to Americans. These ten letters are selected from the thousands of letters, emails and faxes the President receives every week. My experience as an intern in the Office of Presidential Correspondence was indescribable. Each day, I had the privilege of serving the President alongside a diverse group of dedicated and brilliant individuals. read more
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