Collegiate Mentorship Program

Mentorship Program

Guided Research & Mentorship Program

Work 1-on-1 with a reputable university professor, researcher, scholar, or business leader! This mentorship program provides students the chance to broaden and apply their knowledge of a subject in ways that are not possible in traditional school settings.

Our team consists of more than 110 professors, researchers, and business leaders from reputable universities such as Princeton, Oxford, Harvard, and Columbia.

Students who work hard to complete a research project or written work/publication may earn a reference letter (at the mentor’s discretion) that will help in university admission.

Possible Mentorship Plans:

  • Internship – Participate in one of the mentor’s current projects as an assistant or collaborator.
  • Research Project – Embark on a new research project that you or your mentor have decided on.
  • Report/Publication – Collaborate with your mentor to create a written report that could be published on academic journals
  • Deeper Learning – Deep-dive and learn from your mentor to broaden your knowledge and expertise in a subject you’re interested in.

Major Objectives of the Mentorship Program:

  • Work 1-on-1 with a reputable university professor, researcher, scholar, or business leader! 
  • Students get higher placements in University applications
  • Students begin to investigate or gain a deeper understanding of various disciplines at an early age
  • Students become acquainted with college-level courses, readings, and research techniques.
  • Students reflect and consider their academic subjects of interest and passion.
  • Mentor will complete a summary of a mid-point and final appraisal of the student’s performance in the mentorship program
Letter of Recommendation
exposure to the global research activities & trends
  • History, Literature, Psychology, Sociology, Philosophy
  • Robotics, Mechanical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering
  • Chemistry, Physics, Biology
  • Data Analysis, Calculus, Statistics
  • Business, Economics, Marketing, Financial Mathematics
  • Film, Visual Arts, Photography, Art History
  • And more subjects
  • Program length: 2-month program including weekly video-chat sessions and continuous email communication
  • Location: Most Mentorships are conducted remotely so that students and mentors can be located anywhere in the world!
  • Session time: Sessions last about 1 hour and are scheduled to fit both your availability and that of your mentor
  • Support: Each Mentorship includes 24-hour support from a dedicated program coordinator
  • For more information about our Mentorship professors, please click here
  • For more information about what our students have achieved, please click here

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Get in touch with us and apply for a Mentorship Program now to work towards your academic goals!