On Wednesday, February 20, 2015, ( 5 – 7 PM ) join us at the Ethical Society in Clayton to discuss how a vibrant, diverse immigrant community benefits Saint Louis.
Executive Director of St. Louis Mosaic Project, Launched in 2012, Mosaic Ambassadors are helping St. Louis become more globally welcoming; the Professional Connector Program collaborates with local universities, companies, organizations, and agencies with the goal of helping skilled immigrants launch their careers in St. Louis; and the Global Talent Hiring Program seeks to attract and retain more of the 9,000 international students who are studying in our region’s universities.
President and CEO of The International Institute of St. Louis, established in 1919, is a pioneer in the field of diversity. The organization’s services reach more than 7,500 immigrants and refugees from 75 countries, approximately 8% of the St. Louis city and county 2010 foreign-born population.
President and CEO of Bilingual International Assistant Services, was founded to serve immigrant seniors and immigrant disabled, and now provides health and social services to over 1000 individuals a year. B.I.A.S.’s mission is to ensure equal access to health, mental health, and social services for all, regardless of national origin or language ability, through advocacy, education, and direct multilingual services.