141 students from 21 schools across the country took part in a year of exclusive activities as part of the Mosaic programme which was generously supported by Gatehouse Bank
Every year Mosaic identifies students from some of the most deprived areas across the country and have made the most of their support from Mosaic mentors and demonstrated clear leadership potential are selected to be on the Mosaic Stars Programme. During the year they are provided with unrivalled support and access to unique opportunities.
2011 proved to be no exception in terms of the opportunities that were presented. During the year the students participated in leadership workshops sponsored by Pearn Kandola; team building activities sponsored by Accenture; met a US Embassy entrepreneur; visits to Capco , Marks and Spencers and also had a chance to meet Vince Cable, Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills.
Students were selected from the following schools:
Southfields Community College
Westminster City School
Crest Boys Academy
Crest Girls Academy
Islamia Girls High School
Central Foundation Girls
Bordesley Green Girls School
Joseph Leckie School
Washwood Heath Technology College
Lordswood Boys School
Dixons Allerton School
Grange Technology College
North Huddersfield Trust (formerly Fartown High School)
Ladybridge High School
Smithills High School
Mosaic would like to thank Gatehouse Bank and the other corporate sponsors for their generous support, the students for rising to the challenge and the mentors that gave up their time to support the Mosaic Stars programme.