UofMosaic

The UofMosaic Fellowship Program is the university campus-based initiative of the Mosaic Institute. Our dynamic program invests in student leaders who have a commitment and connection to global issues. Fellows receive specialized training and access to professional development opportunities, and work with other students to design initiatives that enable meaningful and peaceful exchanges of ideas on campus.

The UofMosaic Fellowship Program is the university campus-based initiative of the Mosaic Institute. Our dynamic program invests in student leaders who have an interest in difference and a commitment to promoting diversity and equity on their campuses.

 

APPLICATIONS FOR THE UofMOSAIC 2017-18 FELLOWSHIP ARE NOW OPEN, CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE!

 


With support from BMO Financial Group, The Mosaic Institute is re-framing how students see each other and their role as responsible Canadian and global citizens.

The Mosaic Institute believes that an equitable and thriving society is possible when different people experience themselves as valued members of society. We strive to demonstrate that our difference are not problems; they are the solution. We use dialogue, research, and social action to showcase how difference is the source of solutions to social challenges at home and abroad.

 

WHAT DOES A UofMOSAIC FELLOWSHIP OFFER?

 

First, Fellows gain skills in design thinking, social entrepreneurship, and advocacy. Next, with mentorship from Mosaic, Fellows are gathered in Toronto twice throughout the Fellowship to  learn, design and implement a social action initiative on their campus. Finally, together across 9 campuses, Fellows learn to collaborate effectively with their peers to affect real change.


If you have questions or want to learn more about the UofMosaic Fellowship program, please contact our Program Coordinator, Nicole Gladstone at ng@mosaicinstitute.ca

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Program Events

    November 5, 2016

    CITIZEN SUMMIT: Refugees in the 21st Century: Who’s Responsible? Whose Responsibility?

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