Mentor Me Summer Football Camp - Philadelphia Pennsylvania - Information, Reviews, Ratings
Categories > Fitness/Weight Loss, Football, Sports,
Email this to a friend Email this page  Printer friendly format Printer friendly


Mentor Me Summer Football Camp

1 Star based on 1 reviews (review)

Camp Directors - Update this Listing

Camp Location: Marcus Foster Athlectic Field, 16 Street & Hunting Park Ave., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19131, United States
Ages: 6-15
Gender: Male and Female
Camp type:Day
Session dates: July12-July30th
Cost (range): $275-$250/week
Contact Person: Albert Kaplan
Phone: 610-297-4272
Fax:
Mailing Address:
PO Box 61422
King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, 19406
United States
Camp Website

Camp's Description

MMCS has had a profound impact on children by developing life skills through a dynamic staff, high-quality programs, premier locations, time-honored traditions, and commitment to safety and FUN! Each camp is staffed by NFL players, teachers, college coaches and college students who possess a boundless passion for working with children.

Year after year, children who spend their summers with MMCS are sure to develop and refine their social, intellectual, creative and athletic skills. Regardless of age your child will be continually exposed to a variety of new experiences that will enhance and enrich individual development.

We celebrate each child\'s accomplishments, infusing all of our activities with F-U-N and never losing sight of the value of P-L-A-Y!

 

 


Camp Reviews     Write an online review for Mentor Me Summer Football CampWrite a review


Showing 1 to 1 of 1 reviews.    | 1 |
Disappointing Experience/Unfulfilled Promises September 26, 2012
Reviewer: Jfwriter1 from Philadelphia, PA
1 Star 0 of 0 people found this review helpful

My son attended this camp in South Philadelphia in the summer of 2012. The camp was indeed a disappointing experience. The camp promised a visit by DeSean Jackson of the Philadelphia Eagles and he never showed up. We found out later that during the time of this camp he was actually appearing at a camp in California. We saw pictures of him there on Instagram. The camp then promised to give the campers tickets to an Eagles game in place of the promised visit by DeSean Jackson but to this date we have heard nothing from the camp regarding this promise. The camp promised water bottles to the campers. I sent my son with his own water bottle after I learned that each group of boys actually shared a water bottle by having two squirts of water per boy during breaks. The camp promised lunch but the lunches provided were skimpy and unhealthy for boys using a lot of energy during the day. I then sent my son with his own lunch. Last but not least, the boys were not properly supervised. There were physical fights and disorganization among the boys in the camp. I gave the camp one star because they did provide the boys with a camp shirt and shorts as promised. I will never send my son back to this camp. The camp looks wonderful by discription but in reality it was noting like the description.
Was this review helpful to you?   (Report this review)

Showing 1 to 1 of 1 reviews.     | 1 |