This year’s Queen’s Honours List saw a number of Mosaic Network members recognised for their contributions to British life and society.
New Prince’s Trust research released today reveals that 44% of 16 to 25-year olds say their aspirations for the future are now lower as a result of the pandemic.
In a comment piece released today in the Sunday Telegraph, our Founder and President HRH The Prince of Wales emphasises that “this is a difficult time – but it is a particularly difficult time to be young” as he acknowledges the impact of the pandemic on youth unemployment.
- The Prince’s Trust Youth Index links unemployment and poor mental health, showing that the emotional wellbeing of young people not in education, employment or training [NEET] is consistently more negative than those in work or training
- The 2020 report, supported by L’Oréal Paris, shows how, even before the pandemic, the overall wellbeing of 16 to 25-year olds had fallen to its lowest point on the index in the 11-year history of the study
- The Prince’s Trust calls on government, charities and employers to work together to prevent a ‘lost generation’ by helping young people into jobs, training and education
Research from The Prince’s Trust, released today, reveals a link between youth unemployment and poor mental health and warns of the long-term damage unemployment could have on young people’s wellbeing.
The Prince’s Trust and NatWest have today announced the launch of a £5million fund to help young entrepreneurs across the UK to keep their businesses afloat during the coronavirus crisis.
This year saw students from across the UK take part in The Prince’s Trust Enterprise Challenge 2020 which kicked off in January. Typically, the programme culminates in the Grand Finals which takes place in May.
The Prince’s Trust and Mosaic launched an exciting new partnership with the British Council and their Future Leaders Connect Programme earlier this month in Birmingham. The pilot collaboration sees young people on the Mosaic Programme, and other Trust Education Programmes, connect to an incredible cohort of international future leaders from across the Commonwealth.
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The first stage of The Prince’s Trust Enterprise Challenge is now complete. With that we’re excited to announce our highest scoring schools from across the country whose teams have reached the regional finals as our official Enterprise Challenge Regional Finalists in this year’s Enterprise Challenge competition.