We are extremely proud to announce that Senior Head of Mosaic and Community Integration, Nizam Uddin has been named a 2019 Maurice R. Greenberg World Fellow at Yale University.
This Sunday Mosaic mentee Omar Popal, from Westminster Academy, represented The Prince’s Trust performing the prestigious coin toss ceremony at this year’s Gentlemen’s Single Final between tennis royalty Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic.
The dates for our annual end of year Mosaic Connect events are now confirmed. Taking place in London, Manchester, Birmingham and Leeds, all events are free to attend and open to all. Tickets are available now.
Yesterday the Mosaic Initiative hosted the Prince’s Trust Annual Mosaic Iftar at an intimate event hosted at Mulberry Academy Shoreditch in Tower Hamlets by Chairman of The Prince’s Trust John Booth and Shabir Randeree CBE, Chair of Mosaic.
Pupils from Dixons Unity Academy in Yorkshire were crowned national champions at The Prince’s Trust Enterprise Challenge Grand Finals 2019, held yesterday at Hogan Lovells LLP, London.
Sisters Grimm, whose award-winning production of INALA, a Zulu Ballet opens at The Peacock Theatre in London’s West End on 30 April, today announce their exciting new educational partnership with the Mosaic Initiative at The Prince’s Trust, providing access and opportunities for young people to benefit from the INALA experience.
The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG) have launched an exciting new national partnership with the Mosaic Initiative at The Prince’s Trust. The partnership will provide a fresh new cohort of volunteering opportunities to MHCLG staff across the country and help us to connect more young people to more relatable role models moving forward. The partnership will have the added value of taking policy makers into the communities they impact as well as helping promote the civil service as a viable future employer to diverse communities across the UK.
Pupils from Mulberry School for Girls in London celebrate being crowned London champions as they go on to represent the region in The Prince’s Trust Enterprise Challenge National Finals 2019. They successfully fought off tough competition from the other top four finalist schools in the region, beating students from Westminster Academy, Park View School, Bow School and 2018 national champions Eden Girls, Waltham Forest.
Five students from Dixons Unity Academy in Leeds celebrate being crowned champions of Yorkshire as they go on to represent the region in The Prince’s Trust Enterprise Challenge National Finals 2019. They successfully fought off tough competition from the other top four finalist schools in the region, beating pupils from Lawnswood School, John Charles Cockburn Academy, Mount St. Mary’s and Astrea Academy Dearne.