Mathnasium is home to some of the most passionate and intelligent entrepreneurs in the franchise industry. Every day, Mathnasium franchisees are actively making the world a better place by helping their students fall in love with math. This means that our franchisees make a true difference in the lives of students who are struggling or pushing themselves to excel, parents who are worried and want the best for their kids, and local teachers who need all the help they can get.
Mathnasium franchisees make a great impact in their communities, and they are clearly very special people. But a wide majority of our franchisees had zero experience running an education business before they franchised with us. In fact, they come from a wide variety of backgrounds. What they share is a passion for helping kids, their desire to follow our business model, and the belief that they make the world a better place by helping their students reach for the stars.
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“I was a teacher before I became a Mathnasium franchisee, and so I didn’t have experience running a business. Mathnasium was integral in my ability to succeed as a business owner. They provide a ton of support in every aspect of the business, from marketing, sales, and developing realistic goals. I now own multiple centers, and I couldn’t be happier with my decision to franchise with Mathnasium.”
Mark Yutan, owner of multiple Mathnasium centers
“I was an instructor at the Mathnasium center that I now own, and I decided to become a franchisee because Mathnasium works. When the kids come in, they’re often struggling, and by going through our program, we help them become far more confident. There’s a student that came to us recently named Elizabeth who was two grade levels behind in math when she came to us, and now, she’s a grade and a half level ahead. Her whole demeanor changed. She’s thriving, and it’s wonderful to be a part of that.”
Andrew Lanstead, Mathnasium franchisee
“When a student comes to us for the first time, I always ask them if they like math or if they hate math. If they’re struggling, they always say that they hate math. I tell the parents that it might take a few months to see an improvement in their grades; however, I can make their children like math in only one week. This works every time. I have students that have been coming to me for several years. I watch them grow up, and it’s an amazing thing to know that I’m making a difference in the community. That’s what Mathnasium is all about.”
Lenny Christine, Mathnasium franchisee
“My favorite part about this business is giving those ‘Ah-Ha!’ moments to parents. They always tell me that they wish they had this when they were growing up because we actually make math fun. We’re focused on helping our students excel, and improve their grades, but this is a fun environment — and that’s why it works. Our kids love coming to us because it doesn’t feel like work, and to be honest, it doesn’t feel like work to me either. I’m passionate about making an impact on these families that I’m lucky enough to help. It’s beyond rewarding.”
Lindsey Morgan, Mathnasium franchisee
“I owned a restaurant business before I became a franchisee with Mathnasium, and I can tell you that Mathnasium is far easier, and they treat their franchisees far better than other franchise brands. Being a franchisee, you have to be dedicated and you have to take pride in what you do. If you’re focused on your students’ success, the rewards will follow. Parents will refer you to other parents, students will talk to their friends about how much they love Mathnasium, and you’ll see your impact on the community grow. Mathnasium is always there to support me, and they’re committed to helping me grow.”
Joy Strobel, Mathnasium franchisee
“Mathnasium ticked all the boxes. I never understood the impact that I could have until I became a Mathnasium franchisee. I knew that Mathnasium was going to improve their math skills, but I didn’t realize that we were going to be helping kids find their identity, find who they are, and realize their potential and where they can go in life. It’s a lot of magical moments, and there’s a lot of tears when that happens with parents, as we get to watch their kids grow into confident problem solvers that are going to make an impact in the world.”