Towns across Queensland are set to benefit from a school holiday that a group of girls is having in Brisbane at the moment.
30 girls are at a leadership school being run by the Country Women's Association.
The state leader of the CWA younger sets is Melissa Crawford says the aim is to come up with ideas to serve their communities and learn the skills to do that.
"They come from all over the state, from as far north as Woodstock and as close as Middle Ridge in Toowoomba.
"They're really here to try and establish strong friendships and empower them to get out into their local communities and make themselves known and help wherever they can."
Brooke Lavaring from Kumbia and Eliza Caston from Maryborough are in the group.
They both think the group will be a force to be reckoned with in the future.