12 January 2017 was a very important day for me and a very special group of young girls who had just completed a 10-week-long Mosaic Primary School Mentoring Programme.
If there was one other gift we could engender in our mentees, or indeed, any of our loved ones, I believe that gift would be happiness.
Pitching your business to a panel of judges is just around the corner, but don’t be nervous as this is an amazing opportunity!
My decision to become a Mosaic mentor was driven by my passion to help people together with my desire to develop my own self-confidence.
My involvement with the Princes Trust Mosaic has been such an incredible personal journey and one that has now resulted in seeing our business concept become a reality and really impact on people’s lives.
Raising confidence is at the heart of Mosaic mentoring programmes and quite rightly so.
Following National Mentoring Day, held on 27th October 2016, entrepreneur and former ‘Dragon’ James Caan CBE writes about the important role mentoring can play in driving entrepreneurship among young people in schools up and down the country.
The recent parliamentary report written by the Women and Equalities Committee is a welcome and detailed portrait of the challenges still faced by Muslim women looking to make a successful career in this country.
Mosaic Ambassador Yusuf Islam recently announced a campaign to help Syrian child refugees with a new single and a special gig in London later this month.
Watch this video of Mosaic Supporter Robert Swan OBE send a message to Mosaic’s amazing leadership programme delegates.