In order to be brave now and future, BraveGirls need to have a solid career plan. University plane held by Alumni on Universities and Phumelele Mncina (WK’19), a current head of Brave Girl Camp opened the floor to BraveGirls to solve their problems concerned about their major and future career. One BraveGirl raised her concern that do you actually need to set your major before entering into university? A Waterford Alumni, now currently studying in university in USA replied:”In USA, we got one year of general course when you are free to explore different courses. While I still recommend you can start to think about it and explore it in your high school. Talking to your friend is good way.:
Morning also is a good time for reading poem. Several BraveGirls come to the stage, standing on it, stepping with rhythm, singing the song from their heart. Further on, BraveGirls have been divided into smaller groups and each of group has been assigned with a different poem and asked to perform. After a hot discussion, each group is ready for their show. The final performance is fairly eye-watching and the creativity of BraveGirls
This afternoon has been heated up by the discussion of male’s role in Feminism. BraveGirls are divided into four different groups according to their stands. Every BraveGirl was fully engaged in the discussion, especially when it comes to the discussion like “Can man be a feminist?” and “Does man have more responsibility than woman to solve this issue?. It is really inspiring to hear some voice from some sounding BraveGirls and encouraging to see how BraveGirls treat with each other’s diverse opinions with respect. It is a other step toward brave when they start to accept the opposing idea.
When comes to dancing session led by Abudi(WK’19) and Paulina(WK’19), the passion of BraveGirls haven been ignited again. The camp is on fireeee. Dancing with friends they made on campus and laughing loudly, BraveGirls definitely enjoy the very moment they have there.
Career panel workshop held by Julia(WK’20) along with four financially successful women further envisioned BraveGirls’ future career. The lecturer encouraged BraveGirls to start from dreaming big. Instead of thinking what job should I do, start to think about what job should I create and what social problem you want to solve. Also the lecturer inspires BraveGirls to be clear to what they want to do in future. When comes to the discussion with their parents, they have to be more informed and have mature thought about this job.
Today ended with a exciting Ted Talks held by Etta(WK’20) and Julia(WK’20) and an interesting reflection about gay right. All BraveGirls are intrigued by the topic and excited by tomorrow’s Job shadowing. cent 2;\lsdprio