Seeing a mentee develop and helping them to unearth their potential is a privilege.
Daniella is a Major in the British Army. Throughout her career, she often found herself mentoring more junior personnel and came to realise it was something she cared about deeply.
Rachael is a qualified lawyer working at BPP. She talked to us about her experience mentoring on Mosaic’s Primary School programme.
10-year-old pupil Nishath shares her experience as a mentee on Mosaic’s Primary School programme.
Mentoring with Mosaic is the most enriching thing I have ever been a part of and it has helped me to realise that for me to be truly happy in my future career it has to be rewarding and something I enjoy every day, rather than just highly paid.
After graduating from Mosaic’s Primary School mentoring programme at a special ceremony held at offices of Norton Rose Fulbright at London Riverside, a set of twin sisters in Year 5 at Harbinger Primary School in Tower Hamlets have shared their experiences.
Mosaic’s Secondary School group mentoring programme provides a package of opportunities to help raise the aspirations of young people, with the aim of closing the existing gap between their aspirations and attainment.
Since Mosaic’s inception, volunteer mentors recruited from the world of business have been an essential component in delivering its various programmes across schools and prisons.
Over 2o mentors from the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) have mentored on Mosaic’s Primary School and Secondary School programmes during the last four years.