The Trailblazer Project
Women’s History Month Luncheon
Join us March 8, 11:30am-1:00pm to celebrate local Women’s History and meet the 2019 Trailblazers
Ordinary women have played an extraordinary role in the history of our country and community. At The Oasis Center, we honor incredible acts of courage and determination by local women and girls.
The Trailblazer Project celebrates the contributions of local sheroes who have shattered glass ceilings and broken through barriers. The diverse group of Trailblazers have made a positive impact on our community and continue to pave the way for other women and girls to follow.
You are invited to nominate local women and girls in your community for recognition. Honorees are recognized during the Women’s History Month Community Luncheon in March of each year. Award categories include the Trailblazer Award, Unsung Shero Award, and Girls Can Do Anything! Award.
Trailblazers in Schools
The Trailblazers In Schools project is a fun 45-minute interactive presentation that introduces children to the stories of local women who have broken barriers, shattered glass ceilings, and changed history.
The curriculum is based on Sunshine State Standards for Social Studies, presentations are facilitated for 2nd – 5th graders by trained volunteers and team members and focus on local women’s history. The program is available to your students FREE of charge.
Presentations are held each Spring.
If you are a parent of an elementary age child, please help us bring local women’s history into the classroom by making an introduction to your child’s teacher.