McDonald’s youngest General Manager in Singapore is inspiring

McDonald’s youngest General Manager in Singapore is inspiring

 August 25, 2020

April is the youngest McDonald's General Manager in Singapore. Ever since she was young, she has wanted to be a leader.

"I’m proud to say McDonald’s is helping me achieve that dream," she says.

McDonald's supported April to achieve her educational goals 

A few years ago, when she was working as a crew member at a McDonald’s restaurant in Singapore, she was sponsored for a Business Practice diploma.

April was eager to earn her diploma, but studying and taking exams as a working adult was very challenging.

"There were many times I felt like giving up and focusing only on work. In the end, though, the support I received from my mentors and my McDonald’s restaurant helped me achieve my educational goals. When I got my diploma, it was the happiest day of my life," she explains.

Joining McDonald's has been life-changing for April

Now, April is the youngest General Manager in Singapore, responsible for more than 100 crew members and 10 managers.

She is also working toward becoming a Business Consultant by taking part in the McDonald’s Restaurant Leadership Program.  

"Joining McDonald’s has been life-changing for me, and I hope to pay it forward by encouraging other restaurant workers to pursue their educations and hone their leadership skills," she says. 

"It’s empowering to have achieved success at a young age, and I want others to know they can do this, too."

Join a company that helps you achieve your career goals

If, like April, you choose to build a career with McDonald’s, then their training, education and leadership development programs can take you to the highest levels in the organization or with McDonald's Franchisees. 

Looking to become a successful leader, consider applying for a relevant job with McDonald's.


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