Sarah Lin is a Rutgers Presidential Scholar in the School of Arts and Sciences Honors Program majoring in Planning and Public Policy, and minoring in Education, International/Global Studies, and Psychology. This past summer she interned at the U.S. Department of Education, and the summer before that she worked as a research assistant through the Aresty Summer Science Program. This year she is teaching an accredited course on community service and public policy to first-year students as a FIGS Peer Instructor, serving as Regional Vice President for the Northeast on the International Justice Mission's National Student Leadership Team, and continuing to lead campus tours as a Scarlet Ambassador. Her other extracurricular involvement includes interning with the Town Clock Community Development Corporation; providing academic advising as a former peer-mentor-in-residence in the Honors College; and serving as a student leader in the Rutgers International Justice Mission chapter, RUnited campus ministry, and Institute for Domestic and International Affairs' Philadelphia Model UN Staff. Additionally, she has been previously recognized as a 2016 Harvard Public Policy Leadership Conference Fellow, 2016 Clinton Global Initiative University Invitee, scholar in the Rutgers Advancing Community Development program, and recipient of the SAS Academic Excellence Award. In her spare time, she enjoys singing, horseback riding, and spending time with family and friends.