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Our two-week Youth Immersion program is open to ages 8-18 of all language proficiency levels, from beginner to expert. With an emphasis on listening comprehension and speaking, villagers gain and enhance language and culture skills through immersion. During daily life at Salolampi, villagers learn language through games, sports, crafts, music, outdoor activities, and more.

Typical Day

Päiväohjelma (Daily Schedule)

Every day is different from the one before, but here’s something to give you an idea of what it’s like to be a Salolampilainen (Salolampi villager). The Finnish fun starts the moment you say hyvää huomenta (good morning) and doesn’t stop until you leave the evening nuotio (campfire) and say hyvää yötä (good night) to your new friends.

Jokainen päivä on erilainen, mutta tästä saat kuvan minkälainen on normaali päivä Salolammella.

Päivän Ohjelma

Time Activity
7:30 Hyvää huomenta! - Good Morning!
8:15 Aamiainen - Breakfast
9:00 Aamupiiri - Morning Flagpole Circle
9:15 Kylätoiminta - Village Activity
10:00 Suomikoulu - Finnish School
10:45 Hedelmätauko - Fruit Break
11:00 1. toiminta - First Activity
12:00 Suomikoulu - Finnish School
12:45 Ruokasalivuoro - Dining Room Set Up
13:00 Lounas - Lunch
14:15 Mökkiaika - Cabin Time
15:15 Kulttuuritunti - Cultural Presentation
16:00 Iso tauko - Large Break
17:15 2. toiminta - Second Activity
18:15 Laulupiiri - Village Singing Time
18:45 Päivällinen - Dinner
19:45 Iltapiiri,iltaohjelma, laulu - Evening Flagpole, Evening Program, Song Time
21:30 Päivän kertaus - Daily Reflection
21:45 Mökkeihin - Cabin Time
22:00 Hyvää yötä! - Goodnight!

Program Cost

Due to the generous support of the Salolampi Foundation, actual program costs are reduced by automatic scholarships. Two-week program participants can have their costs reduced by up to $540. Learn more.