We’re going to miss having the Obama family in the White House for many reasons (not least of which are Barack and Michelle’s adorable #relationshipgoals moments), but while saying goodbye is definitely hard, we can rest assured that the Obama family’s work is far from over.

While its patriarch & matriarch are continuing on with the political sphere (Barack is busy setting up his foundation and writing a book while Michelle is working on a memoir) after a well-deserved vacation, Malia is making waves in a different industry entirely.

US President Barack Obama and daughter Malia make their way to board Air Force One before departing from Chicago OHare International Airport in Chicago on April 7, 2016. Obama is heading to Los Angeles to attend fundraisers. / AFP / MANDEL NGAN (Photo credit should read MANDEL NGAN/AFP/Getty Images)

According to E!, Obama’s elder daughter has an internship all lined up with Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein — you might recognize him for such well-known works as Pulp Fiction and Clerks. It’s not a terribly shocking choice: Malia has expressed interest in filmmaking in the past, even working on Lena Dunham (one of many celebs at the Women’s March today)’s Girls and spending time on the set of Halle Berry’s TV show Extant. She certainly isn’t using her gap year between high school and Harvard to be lazy!

US First Lady Michelle Obama (L) and daughter Malia listen to the national anthem before President Barack Obama delivered his farewell address in Chicago, Illinois on January 10, 2017. Barack Obama closes the book on his presidency, with a farewell speech in Chicago that will try to lift supporters shaken by Donald Trump's shock election. / AFP / NICHOLAS KAMM (Photo credit should read NICHOLAS KAMM/AFP/Getty Images)

Malia’s younger sister won’t be slouching off either: Sasha is still going to high school in Washington, DC where the family will continue to live until she graduates, but we’re more than confident we’ll see great things from her sometime soon as well: These girls #hustle.

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(h/t E!, photos via Nicholas Kamm/Getty + Mandel Ngan/Getty)