Become a mentor for The Prince’s Trust
The Prince’s Trust is delighted to announce a new partnership between the Mosaic Mentoring Programmes and the U.S. Embassy in London. This partnership will facilitate the fantastic opportunity for UK alumni of U.S. government-sponsored exchanges to mentor young people across the United Kingdom; particularly to those who might not otherwise have access to such a strong pool of mentors in their geographic region.
The U.S. Embassy would like to encourage U.S. exchange alumni to engage as volunteers in the first instance. U.S. exchange alumni will develop their skills as mentors, supporting students from a range of backgrounds across the UK.
The U.S. Embassy will host an annual reception to celebrate those U.S. exchange alumni who volunteer to support the Mosaic programmes at The Prince’s Trust in the following ways:
- Give 1 hour and volunteer as an inspirational speaker
- Give 1 day and Offer a World of Work visit in your workplace
- Give up to 16 hours over an academic term or year and mentor on the Mosaic Secondary School programme (including training)
To register your interest to mentor, please complete the below form:
Mosaic Secondary School Programme
Prince’s Trust education programmes help connect young people to the relatable role models they need in order to succeed and reach their full potential, to be the best they can be.
Our dedicated mentors are volunteers that make our work possible, allowing us to fulfill our aim of reaching a million more young people over the next 10 years. Helping young people from all backgrounds and communities to gain the confidence and skills to live, learn and earn.
There’s a range of ways in which you can support us, with your commitment ranging from just 1 hour to 16 hours over an academic year. By giving just a few hours of your time a month, you can help make a real difference.
The Mosaic Secondary School Programme provides a package of opportunities to raise the aspirations of young people and close the gap between those aspirations and their attainment. The programme uses positive relatable role models to improve students’ confidence, self-efficacy and employability.