Recently in One Laptop Per Child, we began our career lessons, which are Etoys pages we will make including information about a specific occupation for the students in St. John and other areas to learn from. There are many career categories, from music and art to social studies. My career category is math, and I will research the job description, work environment, pay, and necessary skills of a statistician, mathematician, or surveyor with the Bureau of Labor Statistics (pictured below) and the Prospects website. With this information as well as feedback from the 6th graders at CSG, we will make fun, interesting, and informative lessons on each career category. Leading up to the career lessons, we learned about Etoys in OLPC and the different and creative ways we can make pages and booklets in the program. At first, I thought that Etoys was a little confusing and hard to understand and utilize, but as I became more familiar with the program, I learned about the different things you can do with it, like drawing and animation, and began to like the program more. I hope that our career lessons will be a success and people will be able to learn a lot about different occupations and have fun!