Cover letter for Kumon(4 samples)

This article will list samples of “cover letters for Kumon.”

Examples of Kumon cover letters

When applying for a position at Kumon, your cover letter is an opportunity for you to tell your story, without being stuck in the formatting constraints of the resume. The best format for writing a cover letter is:

  • Address the employer with a formal salutation. For example, “Dear/Hello (name of the recipient).” If you do not know the recipient’s name, you can refer to them as the hiring manager.
  • The next step is to state the position you are applying for and how you found the opening. 
  • Make a brief statement about why you’re interested in the position. Write a paragraph about why you are the perfect candidate for the job.
  • State your skills and work experience. Ensure your skills and experiences are similar to the job position. When highlighting skills, provide the accomplishment you have achieved. 
  • Conclude your letter with a forward-looking statement. For example, “I look forward to discussing the position with you further.”

Sample 1:

“Dear, Mrs. Nouri

I am applying for an assistant teaching position at Kumon in west van. I have heard that you would always appreciate having more teachers who are caring and supportive of your students growth and improvement in math and reading.

I am fairly competent in my math skills, being acknowledged as the best in my grade at Mulgrave, and have many notable math contest results. I will also be able to communicate and throughly show my work, shown by my results in the COMC and CEMC contests, and by teaching my peers during class time. I also learned at kumon for 6 years in the past, so i am familiar with ideal teachers and how to best guide students to progress in their learning. I would be comfortable teaching and managing students who are in level M and below

If you want to follow up with me on this, my home phone is 888-888-8888, my cell is 888-999-1010, my email address is

thank you for your time”

Sample 2:


[Hiring manager’s information, including name, business name and address]

Dear [hiring manager’s name],

Please accept this cover letter as part of my application to [company name] for your open [official job title] role. I would love to join your team as a tutor for [details of the students or subject you’ll be teaching]. After reading the job description, I feel I’d be a perfect candidate for the position.

I have considerable experience teaching [subject] to [level or number of students]. I have helped students [list of accomplishments that stand out]. Your role requires that a tutor be able to [list of some specifics from the job description], and I feel that my experience would allow me to meet and exceed your expectations.

I have tutored [type of student] to a high level of competency through the skills I teach and being able to adjust my tutoring style to match a student’s learning style. I know how important it is that a student feel confident in their work and know how to approach a problem from multiple angles.

I earned my [degree details] from [college or university name], and I use my education and experience to provide a tutoring environment that will help your student thrive.

I am enthusiastic about tutoring because [reasons tutoring is a fulfilling role for you], and I look forward to bringing this enthusiasm to my next role. Thank you for your time, and I hope to hear from you soon.


[Your name]”

Sample 3:

“”Dear Mr. Shaw,

I am including this cover letter for the open position of Tutor at Kumon. I have experience in tutoring students in middle school and of varying abilities, and I feel I’m the perfect candidate for this role.

No matter the subject, I have been able to assist my middle school students in learning how to problem-solve, approaching the subject from different perspectives and feeling confident in taking on the subject so they can continue to succeed. I know how important success is for the student, and so I celebrate even small wins and accomplishments as a student begins to master a particularly difficult subject for them.

Of all the eighth grade students I have tutored, I have accomplished a 99.5% readiness rate for high school, as well as helped my students feel ready for their next exams.

I feel so rewarded by the experience of tutoring, and I would love the opportunity to bring my enthusiasm for teaching and student excellence to my role as tutor with your organization.

Thank you for your time and I hope to hear from you soon.


Jennifer Smith”

Sample 4:

“Dear Ms. Thomas,

I was so happy to see that you’re looking for a Spanish tutor for your two children. With five years of experience teaching high school students in Spanish and my own fluency in Spanish since I was a toddler, I believe I have the experience and knowledge necessary to make a true impact on your son and daughter.

I have exceeded the expectations set before me in my prior roles. For example, my students were able to raise their competency exam scores by 25% after just a couple of weeks working with me after school. Those students also went on to be at the top of their Spanish class, and some of them also started mentoring students in earlier grades because of the confidence and abilities they gained from my tutoring program.

In addition, my school’s foreign language lead teacher and principal both gave me high marks, and parents were pleased with their child’s progress toward their proficiency goals. I can write lesson plans or use a preformed one from your child’s school.

Being able to tutor children in such an important subject means a lot to me, and the opportunity to make a difference in your household fills me with a lot of excitement.

Thank you for your time, and I look forward to hearing from you.


Maxwell Greene”

Frequently Asked Questions:

What are employers looking for in a cover letter?

Recruiters say your cover letter should: 

  • Show how your achievements relate to the role. 
  • Highlight how your skills and work experience are what the employer needs. 
  • Show genuine excitement and enthusiasm for the role.

How do I prepare for an interview?

Tips for an Interview

  • Be specific. Don’t make the interviewer dig for information. 
  • Remember that people respond to powerful storytelling. 
  • Remain calm, gracious, engaged, and enthusiastic.

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