This is where you can equip yourself with facts about sexist history in society, so that you do not blame yourself for unfair treatment, if you encounter it. Possibly experiences with: applications to college, applications for jobs, entering the workplace as a nubile, sexually-attractive woman, weighing romance and jobs, marriage and family. Competing with young men whom you want to date or marry, possibly. Marrying somebody and finding out what the partnership means for your career.
Regarding the college experience, google “feminism and college” for articles on the college experience and discovering women’s rights in college:
(Don’t be put off by the label “feminism.” Substitute the phrase “the status of women” or “equal rights” for that word. There is a stigma on the word “feminism” as “man-hating.” That’s old propaganda.)
Regarding negotiating a salary in a new job, the pay gap, workplace hostility, women’s rights, leadership development, I would scout the AAUW website: https://www.aauw.org/ Look at their reports for topics on women and student loans, for example, and the pay gap. https://www.aauw.org/resources/by-type/reports/
You can get very serious about gender studies and read a textbook or take a course:
About sexual harassment, I’ve posted these links before:
Your girl is prepared for her interview with Harvey Weinstein or Bill Cosby. Kick it.