Center for Traditional Textiles of Cusco:
CTTC, founded by Quechua weaver Nilda Callanaupa, offers Cusco’s finest fair-trade textile store and traditional textile museum. It works with nine communities of the Sacred Valley to rescue, revitalize, and promote the important Quechua weaving traditions.
Latin American Research Group:
The Latin American Research Group at the University of Victoria aims to serve as an academic forum for scholarly research about Latin American cultures. It gathers faculty members from a wide array of departments to promote joint research projects, lectures, conferences, courses, academic exchanges, and seminars. Mosqoy has partnered with LARG on a variety of events.
Sacred Valley Health
Sacred Valley Health, operated out of Ollantaytambo, Peru, aims to promote health in the underserved rural communities of Peru’s Sacred Valley, through its community health worker program, rural community health visits, and other programs.
Threads of Peru
Threads of Peru is a retail business that promotes fair-trade indigenous Quechua textiles in the Patakancha Valley of Peru, through sales via its online store and other opportunities.
University of Victoria Humanities, Fine Arts & Professional Writing Co-op Program
In this co-op program, UVic students have the opportunity to alternate their studies with paid co-op terms working for government, theatres, galleries, libraries, arts groups, newspapers, publishers, private firms and more. This program allows undergraduate students to gain relevant work experience to help launch their careers after graduation. Mosqoy employs 1-4 summer interns per year through this program, thanks to the Canada Summer Jobs grants.