“To better understand how to serve my God and community and make an impact on those that are less fortunate.”

“Beginning my college journey at Saint Mary’s, I had no idea what being “Lasallian” meant; however, after being exposed to De La Salle’s mission and those who embodied it, I knew I had found something that “fit.” From beginning each weekly Mass with “Let us remember,” to living out the Five Core Principles in my daily life, being Lasallian is at the core of who I am.”

“I am also very drawn to the Lasallian Volunteers because of their investment in education, as I believe firmly in the power of a transformational education.”

“As a Catholic, it is my inherent duty to serve my community to the best of my ability.”

“Helping people is something I have always had a strong passion for in life and being able to join the Lasallian Volunteers is where I can start my adventure on doing so.”

“I want to be a Lasallian Volunteer because I want to create real change in people’s lives.  I am very passionate about education and access to education, and I want to work towards this cause in my professional life.”

“Generally, I believe that we all have a responsibility toward one another and I personally feel called to service in response to this responsibility.”

“My motivations for becoming a Lasallian Volunteer are to empower students through education, strengthen my teaching practices and cultural pedagogy, along with growing as an individual to better understand my purpose in life.”

“I want to make a difference in someone’s life.”

“I am inspired by the LV mission and want to touch lives like so many before me have done. I strive to make positive changes and feel that I can help in many ways if I were given the opportunity to become a part of the Lasallian Volunteer community.”