3654 S. Grand Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63118
The International Institute, a 501 c (3) agency and member of the United Way, helps refugees and immigrants to independence by teaching English, finding jobs, and providing adjustment services to overcome language and cultural barriers. We build a healthier community by helping newcomers become productive citizens and by promoting public awareness of the important contribution ethnic diversity makes to the St. Louis region’s economy and quality of life.
Since 1919, the Institute has been providing a broad array of social services for new Americans. Annually, more than 8,000 new Americans receive services at the Institute and the agency is nationally recognized for its programs designed to move refugees and immigrants quickly from overwhelming dependence to productivity and self-sufficiency.
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