The YWCA is hoping to give young ladies in Muskoka the inspiration to do some great things with their lives.
On Monday, officials with the YWCA Muskoka were at Gravenhurst High School for National Career Day.
Girls in grades 11 and 12 were invited to take part in seminars where they were able to talk to women in all types of professions.
Officials say there were many career women there including a firefighter, graphic designer, applied behavioural therapist, town councillor, English as a foreign language instructor, lawyer, financial investor, jewelry designer, power line technician, plumber, power line technician, carpenter, social service worker and a filmmaker.
The organization will also continue to commit to these young ladies by offering services on resume building, information on post-secondary education application and finding bursaries to help with the cost of that education.
This event was funded, in part, by the Girls Action Foundation.
Photo Credit: Submitted by Jacki McPherson

Photo Credit: Submitted by Jacki McPherson

Photo Credit: Submitted by Jacki McPherson

Photo Credit: Submitted by Jacki McPherson