Mentors and regional business leaders gathered recently for the West Midlands end of year event, which took place at the offices of KPMG in Birmingham.
Over 90 youngsters and 40 mothers from schools in the West Midlands took centre stage at a graduation ceremony held at Birmingham City University this week. The graduations took place over two inspiration-packed days.
Students from Chilwell Croft and St Georges Primary Schools participated in two inspiration-filled days of the Mosaic Primary School Mentoring Programme as part of Mosaic’s work with the European Integration Fund.
Five schools from the Birmingham area battled it out yesterday in the West Midlands regional finals of the Enterprise Challenge.
Two Mosaic West Midlands schools, Kingsbury School & Sports College and Washwood Heath Academy, attended a very special ITV News Central open day where the next generation of journalists and broadcast engineers were invited to find out more about the industry.
Since 2012 staff from international legal firm DLA Piper have been mentoring up and down the country on Mosaic’s Enterprise Challenge Competition.
Mosaic Chairman, Khawar Mann OBE, was amongst Mosaic representatives thanking mentors and supporters at a special celebratory event to mark the completion of Mosaic’s programmes in schools in the West Midlands for the academic year.
A group of Year 8 students from Waverley Academy in Birmingham had an opportunity to see the arts and hear about career opportunities when they visited the Birmingham Museum recently as part of Mosaic’s World of Work visits.
Girls from six primary schools across the West Midlands took part in visits to Birmingham City University with their mothers to recognise their achievements after participating in the Mosaic Primary School Mentoring Programme.