Lasallian Service Internship II - International [Jan 173]

Welcome to the LSI II (international sites) page! For a DESCRIPTION & HISTORY of the LSI I & II courses, please visit the LSI HOMEPAGE. For more info specifically about LSI II, keep reading!

See below for the list of Jan Term 2020 LSI II sites. Note that mandatory fall semester preparatory classes for both LSI I (local & domestic sites) and LSI II (international sites) will be held on Friday afternoons from 1-2:35pm.
Info sessions (Note: NEW INFO SESSION LOCATIONS) for the Lasallian Service Internship I & II Jan Term courses will be held:  

Wed Sept 11, 4-5pm - Sichel 106

Thurs Sept 12, 5:30-6:30pm - Sichel 106

Fri Sept 13, 1-2pm - Sichel 106

Mon Sept 16, 10-11am - Mission & Ministry Center

Mon Sept 16, 2:30-3:30pm - Sichel 106

Tues Sept 17, 9-10am - Gal 114

NOTE: The link to apply is on the LSI homepage

Keep reading to find out more about LSI II!

LSI II 2020 Service Sites & Locations


More Information

Bahay Pag-asa "House of Hope" (Bacolod City, Philippines) $2600 LSI 2020 Info, Website, Video
CasArcobaleno "Rainbow House" (Naples, Italy) $2800 LSI 2020 Info, Article by 2018 LSI students, Facebook Page
La Salle Boys Home (Iasi, Romania) $3100 LSI 2020 Info, Article in Saint Mary's Magazine (Written by Ginny Prior)
La Salle Juniorate (Maymyo/Pyin Oo Lwin, Myanmar/Burma) $3300 LSI 2020 Info, Article posted on Cummins Institute Website (Written by Brother Javi Hansen, SMC alum)

Learning Objectives:

At the end of this course, students will be able to:

  • Examine the historical origins and practices of the “Preferential Option of the Poor” from the Christian tradition—particularly the Lasallian approach.
  • Articulate the “logic” of Catholic Social Teaching and how it relates to a personal and communal ethic.
  • Deeply examine the three “selves” of reflection, evaluation, and disclosure—particularly around self- identified values and ethics as they apply to theological/philosophical categories.
  • Capacity to identify how the human experience of faith influences service and creates dialogue around questions of meaning and purpose.
  • Integrate social justice theory with a personal, communal, and global ethic based on sustainable practices with direct application for service and community engagement.

Division & Core Curriculum Designations:

LSI II is an Upper Division course, and meets the COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT and COMMON GOOD requirements of the Core Curriculum


  1. Attendance at an informational meeting (or agreed-upon alternative)
  2. Completion of application form  
  3. Interview
  4. Two references
  5. Completion of some experience (e.g., immersion experience; travel; CILSA service) or coursework (e.g., LSI I, sociology; politics; anthropology; ethnic studies; Global and Regional Studies) that has initiated a process of reflection on matters such as culture, class, justice, diversity, etc.

Mandatory Fall Classes 

  • Fridays during the Fall semester, 1-2:35pm (check back in August for exact dates)

More Information: 

Contact Michael Barram at or Carrie Davis at

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