Instead, I am grateful — grateful I reside in a nation that let me carry out loans to go to grad school, pursue my dream of working in civil rights coverage, and pay those loans back at a pace that does not devastate my yearly budget. That is why this past week I was really pleased to find out that President Trump’s budget proposal calls at the close of the program I, and so many hard working Americans, fiscally rely on as a way to remain in public service — beginning with loans taken out after July 1, 2018.I am not a public servant that is able to cancel my wages, or who needed to take loans out, therefore it could be tough for President Trump, his children/advisors, and Cabinet to know my situation. However, as a president, and personnel to the president, it’s their job to comprehend. I’d know — I used to work in the White House. For almost the whole second semester, I assisted push policies which aimed to bend the arc of the moral world slightly more toward justice–from women’s prestige to nurture care to LGBTQ rights to criminal justice reform. We had the honour to work for the American people, and while we practically never talked about it, most of us knew we labored for much less cover than our peers in the private industry. However, this loan forgiveness program is not just about me and my personal circumstance. The program was made to promote and empower students of all backgrounds to get into public support — whether it’s as a policy adviser in the White House or a elementary school teacher or a public defender.