Upon the birth of Elizabeth's youngest son, she made the decision to walk away from her career as a solicitor and become a Kumon Instructor
Five years after becoming a Kumon Instructor, Grainne O’Donnell from Douglas talks about how she moved from a successful career in finance to running her own Kumon centre.
Hear how former Kumon student, Aliyyah Zafarwent went on to become a Kumon Instructor.
Hear from Kumon Franchisee Rinu Shah as she talks about why she gave up a 20 year career in banking and finance to become a Kumon Instructor.
Sarah was a full time maths teacher, and after seven years, she was keen to find a career that was both flexible and fulfilling.
I’ve always wanted a profession where I can make a difference. As a Physiotherapist, my core aim was to help people achieve the best health they could. Kumon’s aim is very similar: helping each child reach his or her potential. If you’re stuck with any aspect of running the business, you can always ask for help – I have an Area Manager who I can turn to for guidance.Dr Ivy Man, Instructor of the Kumon Southampton, Shirley Study Centre
I can organise my hours better, and I have more of a social life. I have really enjoyed it and haven’t looked back once. You hear a lot about education and I’m glad I’m making a difference. When students shine, the satisfaction is great.Chow Chan, Instructor of the Kumon Worcester, East Study Centre
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