Future Stars (FS) isn’t just a “camp.” Admittedly, it is a camp, but it’s also a potentially life-changing place. This doesn’t mean that attending FS Camps will automatically turn you into a sports star. With attending, comes time, training, and an abundance of passion and dedication. You may ask, however; how can FS Camps change lives? Check out what former camper Ian Reibeisen had to say about his awesome experience and the years he spent at Future Stars Camps.
Variety has been the rule, not the exception, throughout Jordan Snider’s Future Stars career – from camper to Site Director. On a daily basis, Jordan manages a staff of international coaches teaching everything from the latest soccer drills from Chile to STEAM education, providing a joyous and enriching camp experience to children ranging from 6 to 16 years old.
First day of camp and jittery nerves go together like bread and butter. Julia Duffy looks back at her 12-year-old self and remembers quite clearly how nervous she was. As she got off the bus to walk across the long field, she met a camper from a neighboring town. By the time they reached the end of the field, her nerves had calmed down and she had made a new friend. For Julia, this chance encounter ended up leading to a long-term friendship with her new friend's older sister.
We are excited to bring you inspiring interviews with some of our key family members! To kick off our interview series, we’re talking to the patriarch of it all, Co-founder Charlie VanDercook.