Are you the next

Ada Lovelace?

Ada Lovelace was a trailblazer, born more than 200 years ago. She used her incredible imagination to write what would become the world’s first programming language. She was a poet, a mathematician and a woman.

The Academy for Enterprising Girls is an exciting new program for Australian girls to encourage you to develop your innovation skills and solve problems.

Books

We believe every girl is enterprising and has the creative spirit to make the same impact as Ada Lovelace.

In honour of Ada Lovelace Day, we’ve teamed up with Rebel Girls to give away 200 double book packs to bring you the latest Rebel Girls books hot off the press before anyone else. Included is Ada Lovelace Cracks the Code and Madam C.J. Walker Builds a Business - the perfect books to inspire young Enterprising Girls.

For your chance to win, and be the first to join the Academy for Enterprising Girls, tell us your own words…

If you were Ada Lovelace, what problem would you solve and why?

Our judges are looking for enterprising and creative ideas that are inspired by Rebel Girls.

We hope you win! If you are a prize winner we’ll contact you with the details below:

We respect your data and privacy, and will only send cool stuff related to the Academy for Enterprising Girls and that will be of interest to teenage girls.

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We're wildly excited to have you as part of the Academy. Plus, you’re now in the running to win a double book pack.

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We will announce the winners shortly after the draw on 6th December 2019.

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The Academy for Enterprising Girls is a website jam-packed with great stories and inspiring videos to help young Australian girls like yourself build core skills to start your own business, change someone else's for the better or create a completely different way of doing something.

Enterprising Girls wants to help you you make your own life choices about how you work, where you work and importantly develop an open mindset. If we’re all going to have an average of 17 jobs in our career (yikes!), we probably won’t know where we could end up working until it happens! That's why your greatest strength to thrive now, and in the future, will be to develop an enterprising mindset.

Designed by girls, for girls, the Academy for Enterprising Girls has opened for registrations to be amongst the first to undertake the innovative new online Enterprising Girls program launching soon. Sign up by entering the Rebel Girls Book giveaway above.

Right now we’re putting on the final touches, but to peek behind the curtains and get a taste of the great content coming your way you can watch 13 year old Girl Founder Tea. Don’t forget to follow on social.

Enterprising Girls is funded by the Australian Government Future Female Entrepreneur's Program

Rebel Girls

The Rebel Girls mission stemmed from a very simple idea—that girls with access to female role models will explore more, do more, be more! That core goal led to the creation of the bestselling children’s book series, Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls. Each volume introduces the stories of 100 amazing women, allowing readers to dream bigger, aim higher, and fight harder. Since initial publication, the series has been translated into nearly 50 languages and is available in over 70 countries worldwide.

Rebel Girls has since evolved into an award-winning cultural media engine, dedicated to highlighting and exploring the lives of trailblazing women who are pioneers, leaders, creators, champions and warriors. Their stories are brought to a global community of Rebel Girls through book publishing, a podcast, digital media, and more. Find Rebel Girls online (rebelgirls.co and rebelgirlsboundless.com), on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

Ada Lovelace Cracks the Code

Complete with full-colour illustrations and coding activities, Ada Lovelace Cracks the Code explores the life of coding pioneer Ada Lovelace and the stigmas she faced as a woman in STEM. Join Ada as she pieces together her understanding of mathematics, machines, and coding eventually leading her to write the world’s first programming language.

Madam C.J. Walker Builds a Business

Follow Sarah Breedlove’s journey from the first child in her family born free to a woman with a thriving hair care business, poised to become America’s first self-made millionaire. Complete with full-colour illustrations and activities, Madam C. J. Walker Builds a Business will inspire young readers to try their own hand at entrepreneurship.