Kids4camp foundation has been globetrotting the world. And trained thousands of kids internationally in China and Japan since 2016. Mentoring and teaching the fundamentals of basketball. Helping student athletes maximize their strengths and skills through building confidence.
Personally enjoy watching students grow through the training. I’ve worked with basketball training centers in China and Japan. Meeting people from all over the world. Being able to connect with people through basketball has been fulfilling.
Glen is great and Hanna learned a lot. We hope to do more sessions with him in the future once we figure out a day and time that works with local community gyms. Thank you Glen!
I tried to mark 5 stars but was unable to!! Great experience with Kids4camp. They are incredibly patient and have been great with my child with autism that has needed a little extra help. Highly recommend! My son loves it!
It’s really a good camp for training and they really push your child to become the best
Kids4Camp really generates such positive energy and strong sense of belonging for youth of all ages and backgrounds. Highly recommend it for youth looking to enhance their basketball fundamentals.
Working with new students consist of what the student wants to improve and my own personal suggestions from observation of athlete.
Bachelors in international relations. Former student athlete and professional overseas basketball player. Can speak enough mandarin for basketball training purposes.
My pricing is $70-$300 for 90 minute session with a professional photographer and pictures/video editing. To capture students natural workout moments. Workout highlight video included. Also depends on how far we travel to client, And how often client wants to train.
I got the opportunity teaching basketball in 2016 in Shenzhen China, Guangdong province. Partnership with Chinese organization Slam dunk. I thought ages 5 to 17 years old.
I have worked with students with no skills to very advanced skills. Even Non English speaking students. Autism and Aspergers students as well.
Understanding that I’m here to improve students basketball abilities. With each student getting better with time, effort and consistency.
Ask yourself do you want to work hard? Are you willing to push yourself? Do you have the time? Are you ready to get out of your comfort zone? Are you able to commit?