Guess what First Daughter Sasha Obama is doing this summer?

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Sasha Obama, daughter of President Barack Obama, works the register at Nancy's Restaurant in Oak Bluffs, Mass., on the island of Martha's Vineyard. (Boston Herald, Christopher Evans via AP)

Sasha Obama is spending her final summer as First Daughter by working the early shift at a Martha’s Vineyard seafood restaurant.

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Sasha Obama, daughter of President Barack Obama, works the register at Nancy's Restaurant in Oak Bluffs, Mass., on the island of Martha's Vineyard. (Boston Herald, Christopher Evans via AP)

Sasha Obama, daughter of President Barack Obama, works the register at Nancy’s Restaurant in Oak Bluffs, Mass., on the island of Martha’s Vineyard. (Boston Herald, Christopher Evans via AP)

Accompanied by six U.S. Secret Service agents to ensure her safety, Sasha, 15, has been bussing tables, working the register and prepping the restaurant, Nancy’s, prior to opening, the Boston Herald reports.

Nancy’s is a favorite stop for the First Family, who always pop in for a seafood feed when they are on their annual Martha’s Vineyard vacation. The Obamas reportedly are friends with Nancy’s owner Joe Moujabber, which is how Sasha scored her summer gig,” the Herald noted.

TMZ notes there are numerous restrictions on what Sasha will be allowed to do while on the job. She can’t “cook on an open flame, operate pressure cookers, broilers, food slicers, cutters or mixers, bake anything, operate microwaves that heat above 140 degrees, transport grease hotter than 100 degrees, work in freezers or meat coolers or wash windows higher than 10 feet from ground level.”

Sasha Obama, daughter of President Barack Obama, departs Nancy's Restaurant after working her shift there, in Oak Bluffs, Mass., on the island of Martha's Vineyard. (Boston Herald, Christopher Evans via AP)

Sasha Obama, daughter of President Barack Obama, departs Nancy’s Restaurant after working her shift there, in Oak Bluffs, Mass., on the island of Martha’s Vineyard. (Boston Herald, Christopher Evans via AP)