A Future Stars Day Camps Director

A Future Stars Day Camps Director

Future Stars Day Camps Director

What does it take to be a camp director? If you asked 10 people and 10 people told you different things, you might be in for a big surprise. But that’s just what happened when we asked Ryan Dillon what being a camp director entails. Listen to this episode to hear exactly what it takes to be one of Australia’s hottest camp directors.


Our mission is to provide a safe and enriching environment that allows our campers to play, learn and grow. Future Stars offers an environment to create authentic relationships and friendships. We employ a skilled professional staff that coach and mentor our campers to help them to be the best that they can be. We take extreme pride in what we do here at Future Stars Day Camps and we celebrate each individual with genuine kindness and respect.

We are dedicated to helping our staff enhance their skills and gain valuable organizational experience that will be useful in future endeavors and careers. Staff are given opportunities to develop leadership techniques, creativity, teamwork, problem solving skills, and empathic listening. As a staff member, you will be able to work with children both individually and in a group setting, while strengthening your interpersonal skills. The lasting connections that Future Stars campers make with their counselors are invaluable. (Source: www.futurestarscamps.com)


We offer daily swimming periods for all programs at most locations. These periods may be recreational or instructional depending on specific program and site. All swimming pools utilized are highly supervised and exceed all safety regulations. All pools are supervised by an aquatics director who employs a lifeguarding staff. Additional Future Stars Summer Camps staff and coaches also help with supervision in locker rooms, on the pool deck, and in the pool. Swim periods are optional for campers and offer an opportunity for campers to cool off and refresh during the camp day.

All of our camp sites, SUNY Purchase College, The College at Old Westbury, Farmingdale State College, Future Stars Southampton at North Sea Park and St Joseph’s College, Patchogue, are exceptionally suited to meet the diverse requirements of the camp day. Some of the many advantages they provide are abundant field space, pools, studios, spacious cafeteria’s, ample parking, enormous indoor space for inclement weather, state of the art athletic facilities, gymnasiums and classroom space. (Source: www.fscamps.com)



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