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Building self awareness and resilience, learning about global opportunities driven by the SDGs, developing your human skills, and creating your education/career map

Learning and Growing Together

Building Strong Young Women

  • Peer to Peer Real Life Learning

    Work with your fellow lead-HERs LIVE through Zoom, to strengthen your confidence and sense of self-worth, develop your human skills using case study based simulations, and develop your education and career maps together.

  • Reflections

    Daily and weekly reflections to enable your personal development, connect you to your purpose, guide you in finding your place in this world as a lead-HER, help you to develop your human skills to thrive and succeed in our world, and enable you to create your education and career map.

  • Spend Time with an MIT/Brown Alumna

    Spend time with Dr. Minna Allarakhia-an MIT and Brown Alumna and faculty at the University of Waterloo to share your education and career maps. Brainstorm new opportunities to create your future self and find purpose across the years you will spend as an undergraduate student.

Do you aspire to...

All the reasons to join this empowering program.

  • Strengthen and solidify your confidence and sense of self-worth as a young woman.

  • Find and connect with your life's purpose. Understand the science of purpose and its connection to your well-being.

  • Learn about all of the emerging global opportunities and your role in the world to solve the world's challenges.

  • Develop your human skills to thrive and succeed in any setting as a young woman.

  • Map your education and career path in light of your purpose and emerging global opportunities. Collaborate with other young women in finding the right schools, professors, programs and activities to rise into your purpose-driven career.

  • Then join us for our LIVE, virtual program in August. LIVE Zoom sessions from 9:30 am to 11:30 am EST; Afternoon independent reflections with the instructor from 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm EST.

Your Instructor

Join Dr. Minna Allarakhia along with others guests on this journey

Minna Allarakhia

Dr. Minna Allarakhia is currently faculty in the Management Sciences Department at the University of Waterloo and is President of BioEndeavor. Dr. Minna Allarakhia is a graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Brown University. Join her as she provides an inside view of academic life and emerging education and career opportunities for young women.

Testimonials

The Girls Foundation of Tanzania

Co-founder and Chair

Professor Allarakhia is vibrant, very determined and fiercely intelligent. Coupled with her passion as a teacher, she has the unique ability to articulate concepts in a way that students can relate to.

Cube Zanzibar

On behalf of Cube Zanzibar we extend our gratitude to you for all you did for the girls and us. Thank you for your dedication to girls and communities at large.

Past Student of Empowering Girls through Social Entrepreneurship

R.M. Postsecondary student

Dr Minna Allarakhia is the best teacher, consultant and mother from BioEndeavor.

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