Young Lasallians is an umbrella term used to define young people (ages 16-35) who are involved in the Lasallian Educational Mission. The Young Lasallians Movement aims at awakening awareness of the personal and collective vocational journey of adolescents and young adults involved in the Lasallian Educational Mission. This movement engages Young Lasallians on a personal, professional, and spiritual level to go beyond their boundaries to reach out so that they, and those who they accompany, may have life, and have it in its fullest. (John 10:10).
This demographic group in the Lasallian Family includes:
- High School-aged students who participate in Lasallian Youth activities and are inspired by the values of the Lasallian Educational Mission.
- College and University-aged Young students who are attending a Lasallian College or University.
- Graduates of a Lasallian high school who are seeking to stay connected to the Lasallian Family.
- Young Lasallian Professionals (ages 22-35): Faculty and staff serving in our schools and identified as having a vocation as Lasallian Educators.
- Young De La Salle Brothers.