October apprentice of the month – Rachel Aremu

9 October 2014

Written by: Anna Quigley

Better Lambeth - Health and Wellbeing - Jobs and skills

Our apprentice of the month for October, Rachel Aremu, works at Mosaic Clubhouse in Brixton and is helping to support people living with mental illness. It’s World Mental Health Day tomorrow and Mosaic Clubhouse will be at Windrush Square if you want to find out more.

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October apprentice of the month – Rachel Aremu

Rachel, 19, has been working as an information and website assistant apprentice since August. She supports the team in a variety of ways and has learnt a lot along the way.

Rachel is involved in promoting Mosaic Clubhouse’s activities and projects on social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter and she has also updated their website.

Rachel says:  “Within the short time I have been here my confidence has grown. The team at Mosaic Clubhouse have been excellent. From the start they have made me feel welcome and have helped me build my knowledge and awareness of mental health issues.

“The thing I most enjoy about working at Mosaic Clubhouse is I never get bored, I am learning new things every day.

“When I complete my apprenticeship, I would like to continue to support mental health awareness and combine what I have learnt in my apprenticeship with my creative and media coursework.”

You can find out more about Mosaic Clubhouse and see Rachel’s work at http://www.mosaic-clubhouse.org/

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