The American Association of Teachers of German (AATG) and Concordia Language Villages are thrilled to offer all 55 winners of the 2021 National German Exam scholarships to attend a summer youth language and culture immersion program at Concordia Language Villages this summer. Recipients can enroll in either a four-week German immersion program (in-person or virtual) or any one-week Virtual Waldsee German Language Village program.
Concordia Language Villages, a program of Concordia College, Moorhead, Minn., has selected Mary Maus Kosir as its incoming executive director. Maus Kosir is currently a marketing and sales executive at Log House Foods. Maus Kosir will oversee all areas of the Language Villages which include enrollment, donors and alumni.
Nestled in the woods of scenic northern Minnesota, Concordia Language Villages has fostered a love of language and culture since the inception of the first German Language Village, Waldsee, in 1961.
With two days of baking, crafting, immersive foreign cuisine and holiday traditions awaiting them, guests arrived at the fourth annual Nordic Cool: Holiday Weekend last Friday evening – tucked away from the outside world in the Norwegian Village of Skogfjorden at Concordia Language Villages in Bemidji.
“This program pulls in all the Nordic villages, so it’s special because it’s like taking a little tour of Scandinavia,” Alexander Arguelles, a group director of Concordia Language Villages’ Immersion Language Programs, said.