Bringing maximum inspiration with the new Oompher web series

Charlie Camp, wearing building safety headphones on her head, faces the camera

Meet Charlie Camp, a female building apprentice by day and rock-star drummer by night who is smashing stereotypes in the building industry.

In an eye-opening interview with Oompher, an inspirational YouTube channel brought to you by Careers New Zealand, Charlie shares her passion and motivation for building despite the hardships she faces on a daily basis as one of just a few females in the industry.

“It’s quite daunting – I definitely find it really hard,” Charlie confides.

Wellingtonian Charlie’s story is the fourth in the eight-part Oompher Web Series One, featuring a talented array of everyday Kiwis who have paved extraordinary pathways by taking a brave step into the unknown. 

Each episode exemplifies the essence of what Oompher is all about – that you don’t have to follow traditional pathways to achieve personal or professional success.

Oompher is a fantastic resource to share and start discussions with the young people in your life who are seeking inspiration or are exploring and discovering potential career paths.

Charlie’s story is featured alongside the sisters-in-law duo behind Soldiers Rd Portraits, basketball star Brook Ruscoe and transgender icon Amanaki Prescott-Faletau.

You can view Charlie’s story now on Oompher TV’s Facebook page and YouTube channel, plus stay tuned each Monday for the latest episode in the web series.