Blessed: you asked
I wonder why women don't have programs that are like scouts where women can learn things (without tons of money) from each other.
When I moved out to the village the Women's Institute was still a going concern. But not enough young women joined to keep it going. They were off working and raising families, also running the PTA and teaching Sunday School.
They didn't need to know how to do things, they had enough money to buy things already made, or hire people to do the things they needed done (childcare, cleaners, tutors, gardeners.)
If they did have a passion they set aside time for, they'd join a specific club/organization so historical societies, and gardening clubs, still existed but the multi-interest organizations died off.
Today, you might get something like you are looking for from Toastmasters since people give speeches to inform others. Aside from that, we now have YouTube.