The Programme

The GirlBoss Advantage programme has been carefully curated to give you the competitive edge. 

The GirlBoss Advantage programme is designed to help you:

  • Find a career that excites you and enables you to fulfil your potential

  • Gain exposure to a range of roles across NZ's largest companies

  • Build CV worthy work experience

  • Develop and pitch solutions to real life business problems 

  • Build your networks through the development of authentic professional relationships.

The programme includes Masterclasses in:

  • LinkedIn

  • Personal Branding

  • Networking

  • Interviewing

  • Problem Solving

  • Pitching and Presenting

Corporate Mentors will support you to practise your new found skills through:

  • One-to-one mentoring

  • Group problem solving activities

  • A professional networking event

You will gain Experience via:

  • A selection of  site visits across the company

  • A Dragon's Den competition judged by Senior Executives

  • Rapid fire interview and networking sessions

"Having a community of other passionate young women from all over New Zealand has truly impacted how I walk down the street.

I walk taller, I think more of myself, I feel connected to others.

It has been an amazing journey. "

Real Feedback


100% of participants have increased confidence

100% of participants made new friends

93% of participants rated the programme 5 stars

93% of participants feel like they "are part of a family." 

Real Feedback

"This programme has equipped me with so many different skills such as personal branding, networking and public speaking. The workshops and activities pushed me out of my comfort zones but taught me so much. Each time I tried
something out of my comfort zone my confidence built and I felt more comfortable with using my new skills.

After this programme I feel like I have a community that supports my ambitions and career goals.
It is so empowering to have a tribe that knows me and loves me for who I am. I am beyond excited to already be connected with some of New Zealand's future leaders."

- Tulsi, 18 years old, Christchurch

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