PUPILS from Cillié High School and the Ubuntu Centre in Zwide will today get a glimpse into their dream careers.
About 60 Grade 11 and 12 girls from both institutions will shadow women leaders in business for the day as part of the annual Businesswomen of Tomorrow event hosted by the PE branch of the Businesswomen's Association (BWA).
BWA members are asked to volunteer to host two or more girls for the day.
The girls will accompany the women to all their meetings and assignments for the day.
The event is held in Women's month and a different high school in the metro is chosen each year.
This year the Cillié girls' career choices range from teaching, social work and public service, to medicine, law, science and art.
For the first time, a group of Grade 12 pupils from the Future Leaders Programme at the Ubuntu Centre in Zwide will also participate in the event.
These young women are part of a group of pupils from different township schools who have been identified for their academic potential and invited to participate in a multi-faceted programme in order to prepare them to succeed at university.