Agnieszka is currently studying A-level Business, Mathematics, Psychology and Polish at Skinners’ Academy Sixth Form. She first became involved with Mosaic in 2015, when she entered the Mosaic Enterprise Challenge with her team ‘iRoundUp’, the team went on to be named the 2015/2016 National Champions.
Renowned for its culturally and socially diverse communities, Birmingham is home to a number of initiatives that aim to promote social mobility across the city, including the work of Mosaic.
My involvement with the Princes Trust Mosaic has been such an incredible personal journey and one that has now resulted in seeing our business concept become a reality and really impact on people’s lives.
10-year-old pupil Nishath shares her experience as a mentee on Mosaic’s Primary School programme.
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.
Mosaic mentees in Milton Keynes from the Milton Keynes Academy and Lord Grey School have been bringing to life lessons from their mentoring sessions at the annual Milton Keynes Art in the Park Festival as part of Mosaic’s proud support of the Step Up To Serve #iwill campaign.
Mani Chandrasehar was first introduced to Mosaic when his school signed up to the Enterprise Challenge competition during 2013.
Dear UK business leaders,
As winners of the prestigious Mosaic Enterprise Challenge we are writing to you to ask for your help in recruiting volunteers from your business to mentor pupils in this year’s competition.