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Immigration & Innovation

Regional Prosperity Through Immigration & Innovation

On June 19, 2012, the St. Louis Regional Immigration and Innovation Steering Committee was launched.  The 22-member steering committee is a diverse mix of regional business, civic, economic development and academic leaders.

For information on the St. Louis Mosaic Project, please click here.

Professional Connector Program

Professional Connector Description

The Professional Connector Program offers the opportunity for foreign-born professionals to network with well-connected and globally-minded professionals in the St. Louis bi-state region. Participants will be able to gain valuable insight on specific industry and job-seeking advice.

If you are interested in becoming a Professional Connector in the future or to get more information, please contact St. Louis Mosaic Project Director Betsy Cohen directly at 314-615-8107 or email

If you are interested in becoming a participant, please click here: Participant Sign Up

You will be sent a 2-page Participant Toolkit and a 1-page Participant Agreement after you sign up online.

Mosaic Ambassador Program

Mosaic Ambassador Description

The Mosaic Ambassadors is a group of interested individuals who would like to receive more information about how to become connected and involved in the St. Louis Mosaic Project. We invite all those who would like to be updated on events and initiatives dealing with St. Louis Metro area immigration to become a part of this group. Sign up to be a part of the Mosaic Ambassadors. To get more information or to reach St. Louis Mosaic Project Director Betsy Cohen, please call 314-615-8107 or email


View a list of the Immigration & Innovation Steering Committee Members
Watch Video from Immigration & Innovation Conference June 27, 2013
Principles of Immigration & Innovation
St. Louis Mosaic Project - Next Steps

Immigration Recommendations for St. Louis Region: How can we Jumpstart Growth?

Executive Summary - Immigration Recommendations for St. Louis Region: How can we Jumpstart Growth?
US Economic Competitiveness at Risk: A Midwest Call to Action on Immigration Reform by Chicago Council on Global Affairs

The Economic Impact of Immigration on St. Louis by Jack Strauss

Executive Summary of the Strauss Study
Video: St. Louis Immigration & Innovation Steering Committee hosts Chicago Council on Global Affairs
Video: Economic Development Conference: Immigration & Innovation

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