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Offers for young people
OSA provides young Swiss people abroad with a wide range of opportunities for visiting Switzerland. We have reserved camp accommodation, found host families and put together educational programmes for those eager to learn. What is particularly exciting about OSA’s projects for young people is the personal contact with youngsters with Swiss heritage but who live all over the world.
The offers for the coming winter
New Year’s camp in Sedrun from 26 December 2015 to 3 January 2016
ALLEGRA Sedrun. The traditional winter camp in Sedrun will also take place this year. The ski resort in the mountains of Grisons provides the opportunity to discover the Swiss mountains and one of Switzerland’s greatest ski areas. OSA’s trained skiing and snowboarding instructors will demonstrate the latest techniques over 10 days and ensure an unforgettable experience in the splendid snowy surroundings. A highly enjoyable fringe programme is also being organised this year. Hiking in the snow, indoor sports, visits to the swimming pool, evening workshops and a New Year’s party will ensure relaxation and entertainment.
Language course in Berne from 4 to 15 January 2016
You speak German but would like to improve your knowledge of it? Or perhaps you do not speak any German at all and would like to learn the language of your forefathers? Our German course in Berne is ideal in both cases. We offer you a combination of holiday and educational experience. In the morning you attend German lessons with other young Swiss Abroad. During the afternoon you can enjoy an extremely diverse fringe programme including city visits, museum trips, a toboggan run, bathing fun at the thermal spa and much more besides. You stay with a host family and learn more about Swiss culture.
Easter camp in Valais (19.03. – 27.03.2016)
The Easter camp takes us to the Valais Alps. The mountain landscape in the Saas Grund/Hohsaas ski region is world-famous and offers a wide range of experiences. An adrenaline kick on the Allalin run, tobogganing fun or a fantastic view over most of the Valais peaks over 4,000 metres while snowshoe trekking. Experienced leaders show you the best parts of this Swiss winter wonderland. Whether you are a snow sports novice or at an advanced level, whether you have experience on the slopes or not, you will enjoy a fantastic, unforgettable experience together with other Swiss Abroad.