Over the past ten years, HRH The Prince of Wales’s vision for Mosaic has been realised through a series of mentoring programmes which have benefited over 40,000 young people, and with the help of over 7,000 volunteer mentors working across 1,448 schools and prisons.
Having just delivered my first Mosaic programme, the Primary School Programme, and attended the graduation, I couldn’t have been prouder of the children or more pleased that I decided to be a part of it.
My name is Sally Cooper and I’m a teacher at Field Lane Primary School in Batley, West Yorkshire. You might have heard about Batley – more recently for the wrong reasons. A year ago our MP, Jo Cox, was murdered. This left both our children and parents in a state of shock and disbelieve. But out of this came a determination to not let this act of hate split our community.
I would recommend that all businessmen and women challenge themselves and take full advantage of the volunteering opportunities available with Mosaic.
James Caan CBE and Levi Roots share their experiences and tips with young entrepreneurs in the making.
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.