Meet Juan Rodriguez, Animal Keeper of the Asia Trail at the National Zoo. Learn about his daily duties and caring for sloth bears. Entrevista a Juan en español.
Meet Jay and CJ, two aquarium workers at the National Aquarium in Washington, D.C., and Oleander, an albino alligator that they take care of. Watch Jay and CJ describe their careers working with animals, and even see Oleander while he's feeding!
Meet Tony Alonso, the Regional Chief Architect for the General Services Administration, National Capital Region. Learn about green buildings and saving energy.
Captain Ryan Romero explains what he does on an average day, how dentistry relates to taking art in school, and what those crazy dentist goggles really do!
Meet Georgina Goodlander, an exhibition coordinator for the Smithsonian American Art Museum. Learn about this exhibit and how video games are an art form.
Describes what is required to become President of the U.S.
Simply describes the primaries and caucuses during the presidential election.
Explains the steps of how to become president of the U.S. from the national conventions to the election.
We visit the Center for Veterinary Medicine, part of the Food and Drug Administration. Meet Lauren Curtis, Analytical Chemist and Elizabeth Tall, Biologist. They talk about what it's like to be scientists and how they protect human and animal health.
As Yasmeen Khan, a Rare Book Conservator at the Library of Congress says, "Books are like a mirror into the past." Working at the Library of Congress gives you a chance to combine an appreciation for books with a love for history and preserving the past! Entrevista con Yasmeen en español.
Meet Doctor Peter Basser and Doctor Joelle Sarlls, scientists at the National Institutes of Health. They talk about what brain imaging is and how an MRI scanner works.
Meet Doctor Dave, a scientist who studies the brain and how addiction affects the brain.
Find out from telecommunications engineer, Adan, if people can live on the moon and the LRO Mission.
Ingredients and steps to prepare a healthy chicken, veggie and cheese wrap.
Meet Lee. She's talks about the history of the U.S. Botanic Garden and why you should connect with nature.
Meet Adan, a telecommunications engineer for NASA. He talks about his job and the MMS mission.
Learn how to make a cool and healthy dip to eat with your favorite vegetables.
Meet Bridget. She's a canine handler with the U.S. Customs and Border Protection. She trains dogs to search and find illegal drugs.
Hear what E. J. O'Malley does everyday and how he trains the next generation!
Meet Gabriel. He is an officer that protects wildlife for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Learn about his tools and what he does on patrol.
Ingredients and steps to make this fun frozen treat to keep you cool this summer.
Kim talks about her job helping put artwork in government buildings. She talks about the process and why it’s important to be a good planner.
Meet Brian Thompson, Banknote Designer and Dixie March, Script Engraver. Learn about their jobs and how money is made.
Meet Beth, a gardener at the U.S. Botanic Garden. She talks about different types of plants and the Children's Garden.
Doctor Karen Swider-Lyons works with the Naval Research Laboratory researching ways to integrate hydrogen fuel cells into engines. As a scientist, she's working towards results that no one has the answers to - she's "solving a puzzle every day!"
Discover different insects and butterflies at the Museum of Natural History. Learn about a bug that hisses, how butterflies eat and why some grasshoppers don't hop."
Meet Chris Meyer, a scientist from the National Museum of Natural History. He talks about the ocean and his favorite animal the cowrie snail.
Meet Captain Pete Benning. He talks about what it's like to be a pilot and how to prepare for a mission.
We visit Mount Vernon to meet Martha Washington, wife of President George Washington. She tells us about her grandchildren and living in 1798.
Meet Sasha, a registered dietitian nutritionist for the U.S. Department of Agriculture. She talks about how her job helps people eat healthy foods and teaches families how to keep track of what they're eating.
Learn from Pablo, chief scientist at the U.S. National Ice Center and oceanographer, about his experience with oceanography and the use of satellites to examine sea ice and snow cover.
Meet Laura and Rob Gray, two former volunteers that worked in Zambia! Learn about how they helped as health and education volunteers, and learn how you can help too!
Meet Patricia Wand, Elizabeth Spellman and Laura Kutner, Former Peace Corps Volunteers. Learn about its history and former volunteers projects.
Ingredients and steps to prepare a healthy peanut butter and apple wrap. Remember you can substitute peanut butter with sunflower seed butter or another nut butter or spread.
Ingredients and steps to make a delicious smoothie. Remember you can use creamy peanut butter, sunflower seed butter, or another nut butter or spread.
Meet 3 physical therapists and learn how they help patients.
Learn about how prosthetic limbs are created, even hands that can move based on electrical signals in the body, and what a prosthetist does on an average day..
Meet Jennifer Abel, Virginia Cooperative Extension and students from Francis C. Hammond Middle School. Learn about this program that helps students budget.
Meet Caroline, a 4th grader witnessing the Shuttle's last flight.
Find out what telecomunications engineer, Adan, would design for Star Wars.
Find out what aerospace engineer, Acey, would design for Star Wars.
Listen to Martha Washington read one of George Washington's favorite stories about honesty.
Meet Rosie Rios, the Treasurer of the United States (the 2nd oldest position in the U.S. behind the president!) and learn what she does in her job. Entrevista a Rosie Rios en español.
Megan talks about her job and why your dog's teeth need to stay healthy.
Meet Cris Comerford, the executive chef at the White House. She takes care of the First Family, both daily meals and social events.
Meet Sasha, a nutritionist for U.S. Department of Agriculture. She tells us about how healthy eating and exercise helps kids grow physically and mentally strong.
Kim, a fine arts specialist, talks about why art is important and shows you an example of modern art.
Find out why preserving art is important and how you can save your own art.
Wildlife biologists study animals and other wildlife and how they interact with their environment. Learn about what it takes to be a wildlife biologist and how to protect wildlife animals.
Meet student interns from the YES Program, part of the Smithsonian Institution. Students get to work in museums and get hands-on experience, working with scientists, educators and researchers.
Meet Doctor Harry Burgess, an Investigator for the National Institutes of Health. He talks about the zebrafish experiments and how they're behaviors are similar to humans.
Meet Kristen and Juan, zoo keepers at the National Zoo. They talk about creating natural habitats, how they train the animals and what you can do to get started.