Programs for Girls

Girls Can Do Anything! Summer Camp 2017 

Camp is currently sold out, but plans change all the time. We anticipate being able to accommodate several girls on the wait list. Still hoping for a girl in your life to join us at Girls Can Do Anything! Summer Camp? 

Click HERE to add your girl to the wait list now!


Girls will have an amazing time this summer at Girls Can Do Anything! Summer Camp. Our number one goal is for the girls to have fun--but Girls Can Do Anything! Summer Camp is so much more. We use empowerment-based philosophies to help girls develop an expansive vision of who they can be and what they can do. Your camper will spend her summer with girls from all walks of life, building diverse friendships while celebrating how fun it is to be a girl. 

Each week is based on an empowering theme and girls will spend time with extraordinary women in our community. Field trips and activities include often once in a lifetime experiences like skating with the Tallahassee RollerGirls, building robots with women engineers, launching a business with the help of local entrepreneurs and so much more! 

*SOLD OUT!* June 5-9: Girls to the Rescue! *SOLD OUT!*

Make a difference, and save a life! Girls will learn about professions that help keep others safe in our community. Girls will spend time with women in public safety fields like fire fighters, police officers, doctors and paramedics. Activities may include learning age appropriate skills for crime scene investigation with the Tallahassee Police Department and practicing CPR with paramedics.

*SOLD OUT!* June 12-16: Adventures of a Girl *SOLD OUT!*

Girls will tap into their adventurous side this week. Girls` may experience thrilling excitement like reaching new heights rock climbing, getting a birds-eye view while zip lining, or learning how to roller skate from the best with the Tallahassee RollerGirls. Other activities will include things like practicing skills to survive in the great outdoors! 

*SOLD OUT!* June 19-23: Girls Can Build Anything! *SOLD OUT!"

Together we can build anything!  Girls will engage in many hands-on experiences this week. They will learn how to draw and construct models with local architects and engineers. Girls will engage in a community service project to build something that benefits the community. They will also learn how to build it digitally, spending the day learning all about coding and robots! 

*SOLD OUT!* June 26-30: I Heart Art! *SOLD OUT!*

I Heart Art! Girls will explore all kinds of different arts, whether it be with a camera, through dance, with a paintbrush, in clay, through song, and much more! Campers will spend time with successful local women artists and learn more about the artistic journey while embracing their own strengths and creativity. This week of camp will culminate in an art gallery exhibition that will be open to the public on Friday, June 30th.

*SOLD OUT!*July 10-21: Girls Mean Business! (2 week session) *SOLD OUT!* 

Together, girls will have the opportunity to plan and create their very own business! In a fun setting, girls will explore all the components of starting and running a company from public relations, product design/marketing, financials, sales, operations, and even corporate philanthropy. The girls will learn from women business leaders in our community and launch their enterprise on Friday , July 21st. This is a two week camp session. To participate your girl must be enrolled for the full two-weeks. 

*SOLD OUT!* July 24-28: Science Rocks! *SOLD OUT!*

Girls will explore a variety of scientific and technical fields from oceanography to physics and will be led in hands on projects by women scientists in our community. Field trips will include awesome and experiential trips to real labs and the Challenger Learning Center. Girls will also get to do their own experiments for some silly science fun.

*SOLD OUT!* July 31-August 4: Animal Expedition *SOLD OUT!*

This week is all about animals! Girls will meet many critters including those that swim, fly, stomp, and roar. Girls will go horseback riding and meet many women in a variety of animal-related professions such as veterinarians, those who use pets to help others through animal therapy, and more! 

In addition to field trips and activities based on the weekly theme, girls in every week will go swimming, engage in physical activity, eat healthy snacks, participate in a community service project, and have lots of silly camp fun. 

*Specific activities listed are tentative

Camp Ages 5-13
Junior Leader program for campers ages 11-13 includes leadership skills development in a fun and nurturing environment.

Camp Fees:
  • Family income above $50,000/ year ($200.00/week)
  • Family income above $50,000/ year, sibling discount ($180.00/week)
  • Family income below $50,000/ year ($150.00/week)
  • Family income below $50,000/ year, sibling discount($135.00/ week)
  • Limited reduced-fee scholarships available


Teen girls between the ages of 13-17 (or 18 year old's who are still in high school) meet weekly in this exciting new group focused on creating positive social change. We explore topics related to racism, classism, sexism, homophobia, the media's representation of bodies and so much more. Together, girls learn about and practice ways to address these issues and make a difference in our community. The group meets at The Oasis Center for Women and Girls and is offered on a sliding-fee scale with scholarships available for girls from families experiencing financial hardship. To learn more, contact Kyndra by email or call 850-222-2747.


Oasis facilitates outreach to girls throughout the community using the Girls Circle curricula model, a research-based, nationally utilized, structured support group for girls that integrates relational theory, resiliency practices, and skills training in a specific format designed to increase positive connection, personal and collective strengths, and competence in girls. Girls Circle aims to counteract social and interpersonal forces that impede girls' growth and development by promoting an emotionally safe setting and structure within which girls can develop caring relationships and use authentic voices. 

The Girls Circle encourages girls to share experiences that are helpful to one another. To participate, girls need only have the desire, make a commitment to attend the meetings, and agree to follow the circle guidelines, i.e. respect, no put-downs or interruptions, offer experiences - not advice, keep the focus on oneself, and keep what's said in the group private. Girls are free to share at their own pace. 

We are facilitating or have facilitated Girls Circles at Buck Lake Elementary , Boys & Girls Club, Capitol City Youth Services, Godby High School, Ghazvinni Learning Center, Life Skills, HOPE Community, Rickards High School, Leon High School, Fairview Middle School, Griffin Middle School, Nims Middle School, Stars Middle School, Cornerstone Learning Community, Palmer Monroe Teen Center, and Girls Can Do Anything Summer Camps.   The circles are funded several different ways - thanks to a grant from the Department of Juvenile Justice, the Community Human Service Partnership (Leon County & the City of Tallahassee), private donations and by parents and schools.

If you are interested in bringing a Girls Circle to a school or community group, please contact Kyndra by email or call 850-222-2747. 

This program is sponsored by The Oasis Center for Women & Girls, Inc. and the State of Florida.