Remember last month when I got to interview Cris Comerford, the White House Executive Chef?
Well I promised to share the video with you once it was live and now it is!
(If you're in an RSS reader you may need to click through for the video to work)
Kids.gov is one of the websites I work on, and as part of our career spotlight series, we do short interviews with people throughout the government who have cool jobs. Think people like the Executive Chef of the White House, the people who design U.S. currency and animal keepers at the National Zoo.
It's definitely one of the more fun parts of my job. I love getting a behind the scenes look at how people do their jobs and how things really happen.
In fact yesterday, we took a trip to the Bureau of Printing and Engraving and got to see how money is designed, engraved and printed.
Holding $320K. That much money is heavy!
Fun Fact: Did you know the designs on most of our dollar bills are drawn by hand by a team of artists?
The videos are mostly for educational purposes for teachers to use in classrooms during their lessons on careers and to expose kids to the wide variety of jobs out there, but they are a lot of fun to watch too. One of my favorites that we've done to date is our interview with the animal keeper at the National Zoo. (If you're interested you can check out that video on our YouTube channel.)
Our video career spotlights are a fairly new endeavor, so if you have feedback or thoughts on what we could be doing better, please feel free to share in the comments.