Ariel Premium Supply Inc. and the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center become two new Mosaic Ambassador Companies through the St. Louis Mosaic Project
The St. Louis Mosaic Project recently added Ariel Premium Supply Inc. and the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center as new Mosaic Ambassador Companies.
The St. Louis Mosaic Project aims to promote regional prosperity through innovation, inclusion and immigration. Ambassador companies take part in volunteer opportunities that support international communities, spread awareness, participate in events including the Professional Connector Program and International Mentoring Program, and commit to sponsoring at least one employee toward an H1-B visa or similar visa sponsorship.
“We are so pleased to welcome Ariel Premium Supply and the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center who join a diverse group of companies of all sizes, committed to doing their part to help foreign-born individuals succeed in St. Louis,” said Suzanne Sierra, Senior Program Manager for the St. Louis Mosaic Project. “Reaching this milestone demonstrates that there is tremendous capacity within our business community to hire skilled immigrants which in turn fortifies their futures and yields economic dividends for our area.”
Ariel Premium Supply Inc. has become the 40th Mosaic Ambassador Company and is a top 40 Supplier to the promotional product industry, offering a collection of imprinted technology, drinkware, home and health products.
The Donald Danforth Plant Science Center is an independent, not-for-profit research institute dedicated to improve the human condition through plant science and has become the 41st Mosaic Ambassador Company.
“We are so proud to be a part of the Mosaic Ambassador Program as this important work aligns with our core values. Our international students and colleagues contribute skills and ideas that strengthen our research and global competitiveness of the region,” said Stephanie Regagnon, Executive Director of Innovation Partnerships at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center.
View the press release here.
For more information about the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center visit their website here.