The Educational Outreach program presents interactive educational workshops that focus on a different Caribbean nation each month. A nation is chosen based on its cultural and/or historic relevance to a month. For example Trinidad and Tobago was chosen in February because of Carnival; its single most tangible cultural asset. Haiti is selected for the month of May because of Haitian Flag Day.
Workshop participants are exposed to various elements of the featured nation through musical and dance performances, spoken word, films, cuisine and discussions. In March, 2008 students at North Miami Senior High participated in a day-long workshop featuring Trinidad and Tobago. Mr. Kirk Francois, the Deputy Consul-General of Trinidad and Tobago discussed the twin island republic with students who were also treated to a performance by the musical group Crossovah and to a demonstration and discussion of the Steel Pan by the Florida Memorial University (FMU) Steel Band and Dr. Dawn Batson, the director of FMU's Steel Band program.
Workshops are presented at various schools throughout Miami-Dade and Broward counties.