The art teacher at Bucknell and Cameron Elementary Schools had the great idea to inspire students to research careers and learn computer literacy and graphic design skills at the same time. Funds from a Foundation grant were used to purchase a large presentation color printer, paper and ink, so that she could work with students on Google Slides. She asked the students to select a career – something that they may be interested in learning more about – and research visual images about that career and other information, like potential salary, education requirements, etc. The students then were excited to assemble a presentation about the career they had researched, and print it on the giant paper. One hundred and seventy students were able to participate in this project, and the research they were doing led to many in-depth classroom discussions about salaries, money, taxes, and “whether or not a high income leads to a satisfying life.” The students found careers on-line that they had never heard of, researched them, and discovered they were interested in learning more. In the end, the students’ presentations were hung in the hallways of the school for everyone to read. Students learned how to research, and how to find and download images for presentations, and how to put the information together in a format that helped others understand what they had learned!