Jenna Bush shares volunteering experience

11/03/2007 at 05:25 AM ET

First daughter Jenna Bush, 25, talked to high school students about her life as a UNICEF volunteer. She received an internship with UNICEF’s Educational Policy Department in 2006 and worked in Latin America, especially Panama. Jenna’s father is President George W. Bush, 61, and mother Laura Bush, 60, and she has twin sister Barbara. She is engaged to Henry Hager, her boyfriend of two years.

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Daisy Kay on

Very impressed with this beautiful young woman.

Al on

She came to my school last week, but she only talked for 25 minutes and didn’t sound very intelligent. The whole time she read off of a paper and the questions that students asked at the end were scripted. Everyone in my school was more interested in the secret service than the president’s daughter.

sarah on

If she really want to impress the people go and sighn up for the service, protect the country like the rest of our young people are.

sinclair on

yes, i’m impressed too. she’s gone from a sloppy bar-hopping co-ed–seen it in person here in DC–to Ms. UNICEF.

Guess we all have to grow up sometime. And I suppose she wants to project a different image than dear old dad.

Natalie on

Jenna’s set to speak at my school about her book and her work with UNICEF. I can see about getting pictures and whatnot, and since I’m covering her visit for our school paper I can give the basics of her visit if anyone’s interested.

Loralee on

Very impressed with her work with UNICEF. I disagree with Sinclair. Most college students do what she did as far as going out. The only difference is she did it in the public eye. I don’t see doing good acts for others as trying to project a different image than her father. Maybe its a result of being raised to give back. It’s nice to see she has carved a place for herself.

Chrissy on

I really admire her and her work. I seen Diane Sawyer interviewing her and it made me look at her in a different way. She seems very humble and sweet.