My school is very small and with a high level of poverty, so our students are high needs and become very attached to us. We welcome back alumni (we've only been open two years) anytime for help with their resumes or other issues. One of my students who graduated in June was at my desk two weeks ago for a resume workup, and it was a pleasure. "Alicia" is a lovely 19-year old who is, for various reasons, estranged from her mother. I'm trying to do what I can to support her in her dream of becoming a police officer, but she is struggling just to stay afloat. Here's my current quandary: She called me this morning because she needs her driver's license. She has a car and insurance, but not a license (I have no idea how this happened so don't ask me for details). Her request was that I take her to the driving test and let her borrow MY vehicle because she has nobody over the age of 21 whom she trusts outside of this school. She is 19, so it isn't the issue of her legal age, but I'm concerned that I could put myself in a weird position. Thoughts?