Who are Young Lasallians?
"Young Lasallians, aging between 16 and 35, are those who are involved in the Lasallian Educational Mission – including young Brothers, teachers, administrators, both current and former students, and volunteers. These people are looking to further their commitment, possibly in a leadership position, to their inspiration of St. John Baptist de La Salle. This term, Young Lasallian, unites all who are connected to the mission and dedicated to help change and transform the lives of young people, especially the poor, through education.
Young Lasallians is a group of people who were positively affected by their experiences with the Lasallian Educational Mission and are looking to further their connections to it. This particular age is very impactful to creating change and advocating to other young people. The Young Lasallian Movement is international, aiming to support young people on their faith journeys to reach out to those around them and build a better world."
Get Connected with Young Lasallians of the Midwest District!
- Like the Young Lasallians- Midwest Facebook page here.
- Read the latest Young Lasallians Newsletter here.
- Subscribe to the Young Lasallians Newsletter here.
Get involved with Memphis Area Young Lasallians!
- Like the Memphis Area Young Lasallians Facebook page here.
Upcoming Young Lasallians Events
Want to connect with young professionals who are interested in service, social justice, and developing an interior prayer life? Join Young Lasallians for a weekend of fellowship, fun, and spiritual restoration April 21-23. To register, email Molly Nocera at firstname.lastname@example.org or click here! Cost is $100