Lasallian Links
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From a class on St. John Baptist De La Salle that I taught at St. Mary's University:

Midwest District Home Page of the De La Salle Christian Brothers

Regional Home Page of the De La Salle Christian Brothers

International Home Page of the De La Salle Christian Brothers

Lasallian Volunteers

Lasallian Volunteer Program Description

The Lasallian Volunteer Program connects talented volunteers to the poor in Lasallian Missions throughout the United States so that both will be positively transformed. Volunteers work and live in association with the De La Salle Christian Brothers for one or more years of service. An effective movement has developed over the years. More information on the program can be found at http://www.lasallianvolunteers.org/. You can find a listing of placement sites here.

 
The five CBU Lasallian Volunteers for 2008-09 are (L to R) Ashley Prevost, Samantha Wildhaber, Mario Ragghianti, Colleen Boyette, and Thais Hunter. Ashley will be at the LEO Center in Oakland, CA; Samantha will be teaching at De La Salle North Catholic High School in Portland, OR; Mario will work at La Salle Academy, a high school in Manhattan, NY; Colleen will be teaching at the De La Salle School in Freeport, NY; and Thais will work at La Salle Academy in Philadelphia.
 
The six CBU Lasallian Volunteers for 2007-08, pictured above making a CBU, are (L to R) Samantha Wildhaber (DeLa Salle North Catholic High School in Portland, OR), Daniel Salvaggio (La Salle School in Albany, NY), Ashley Prevost (LEO Center in Oakland, CA), Mario Ragghianti (La Salle Academy in Manhattan, NY), Erica Sage (Highbridge Community Life Center in the Bronx, NY), and Colleen Boyette (De La Salle School in Freeport, NY).
The CBU Lasallian Volunteers for 2006-07, pictured above, were (L to R) Carley Matsen (DeLa Salle School in Freeport, NY), Jenny Mohan (San Miguel Academy in Newburgh, NY), Dan Salvaggio (La Salle School in Albany, NY), Erica Sage (Highbridge Community Life Center in the Bronx), Ashley Miller, and Megan Mosteller (The San Miguel School in Providence, RI). Jonathan Mller (picured below) continued to volunteer at St. Stephen's Academy in Kansas City, MO.
The CBU Lasallian Volunteers for 2005-06, pictured above, were (L to R) Jennifer Longo (Highbridge Community Life Center in the Bronx), Jonathan Miller (St. Stephen's Academy in Kansas City), Martin Richard (Albany, NY), and Micah Wheeler (The DeLaSalle School in Freeport, NY).
Along with Justin Kuehl, pictured below, Dan Kolturi (Centro LaSalle, Tijuana, Mexico), Erik Weghorst (San Juan Diego Middle School, Racine, WI), and Katie Collins (Holy Family Catholic Worker House, Kansas City, MO) were CBU Lasallian Volunteers for 2004-05.
2003 CBU grads Justin Kuehl and Kathleen Hiegel were Lasallian Volunteers for the 2003-04 Academic year. Justin taught Freshman English and worked in student support at La Salle Academy, a high school in New York City, while Kathleen taught 6th grade at St. Stephen's Academy in Kansas City.
1999 CBU grad Kerry Conroy (left), shown here with Angelica Garcia, spent two years as a Lasallian Volunteer at La Salle Academy in New York City.
Other CBU Lasallian Volunteers include Emily Lux, Erin Arnold, Anne Hotze, and Simone Ludwig. Emily Meadows was a summer Volunteer.