To promote and nurture experiences and encounters with individuals, with a goal of building authentic relationships across the divides that exist within our community.
Built on the legacy of The Mosaic Project (2000 – 2010), Partnership MKE is a new initiative that aims to break down barriers and destroy bias by pairing individual community leaders across lines of race, age, religion, orientation, ability level, and culture. The program will guide them through an eight month process of relationship, understanding, and trust-building, ultimately creating a blueprint on how to address and solve biases within our community.
The new Partnership MKE is designed with two levels of interaction, creating a holistic approach to driving personal and social change:
- Identify, encourage, and train as many of the 600 Mosaic Project alumni to re-establish and use their social capital within racial and ethnic diversity in Greater Milwaukee and Waukesha County.
- Create a new cohort of partners to participate in a curriculum-based experience that integrates social networks and binds them focusing on measuring community outcomes.
Be a part of the 2018-2019 cohort!
Please complete the application and email your resume and headshot to email@example.com by Friday, May 4, 2018 at 5:00 p.m.
$250 fee is due at the first session, upon acceptance into the program.