What we're about
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This group is for foreign-born women who have moved to the St. Louis area with a spouse or partner. We come from various backgrounds and speak various languages. We are interested in getting to know people from different cultures and we like to help newcomers settle-in and break down the culture barriers. This group is sponsored by St. Louis Mosaic Project, a regional initiative within the St. Louis Economic Development Partnership and the World Trade Center St. Louis. Any international ethnicity is welcome to join us. We started this group because we are foreign, expat spouses, who have been through the acculturation process in USA and other countries. We are experienced and culture-sensitive and would love to ease your acculturation process. Whether you are here for a short-stay, or have already been here for a long time, we look forward to meeting you. We offer fun social interactions between friends and at small gatherings to exchange our experiences and help you live better in the St. Louis area.
We are a sponsored, and private group whose goal is to provide a social network to foreign-born women. As such we must restrict our membership. We are so very grateful for the interest of local nationals who wish to connect with us, and we encourage you, instead, to join other international culture, language and conversation groups where we are members. Thank you for your understanding and we look forward to meeting you there.
This group is NOT for: Business networking / Multi-level marketing or products / New customer acquisition.
Those interested in raising matters of business, product or service opportunities are asked do so apart from this group. Those interested in business and professional networking, please see recommended community resources: Venture Cafe (http://vencaf.org/venture-cafe-st-louis-2/), BNI (http://www.bni.com/FindaChapter/UnitedStates/Missouri/StLouisEasternMissouriSouthernIllinois/tabid/180/Default.aspx), Network After Work (http://www.networkafterwork.com/city/st-louis).