Mosaic Mentoring

Mentor high school students and enact social change.

Mosaic Mentoring offers UNSW volunteers and high school students the unique opportunity to come together, engage in conversations and projects about social and cultural issues that shape and define us.

School students and volunteers collaborate on creative work exhibited at the annual Mosaic Expo Night.


If you're passionate about social change and education, Mosaic Mentoring is the perfect program for you!

Volunteers undertake a one day training session and a planning day in preparation for the Forum Day.

On Forum Day, held at UNSW, volunteers act as mentors for high school students, running group workshop activities, discussions, games, and a campus tour.

After Forum Day, volunteers continue to visit the high schools and work with students to collaborate in creating a range of major works based on the discussion of ideas at Forum Day. 

The program culminates in the Expo night, a multimedia launch of major works and a celebration of the achievements throughout the year.

As a volunteer you develop and refine your communication, teamwork and mentoring skills.

Volunteering with Mosaic Mentoring is also recognised on your Australian Higher Education Graduation Statement (AHEGS).


Intake // Applications open early S1 2018

Time commitment // Approx. 30 hours in total

Mosaic Mentoring

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Meet the Coordinator!

Hi, I'm Maddy! I'm studying a Bachelor of Arts, double majoring in sociology/anthropology and dance. I spend my days making interpretive dances about Tony Abbott.

...In all seriousness though, Mosaic is the BEST and you should apply. Not only do you get to make an impact by engaging students with important social issues, but you also learn great skills along the way. This year is going to be the best yet, and I look forward to meeting you!