Collegiate Mentorship Program

Collegiate Mentorship Program

The path to your successful future

Collegiate Mentorship Program combines the world’s most experienced and successful experts in education services with interactive online communications platforms, giving students the opportunity to learn from world experts in a remote learning environment that best replicates in-person communication.

  • 110+ professors, lecturers and scholars currently working in selective universities across the United States and United Kingdom
  • Our Mentors serve subject interests spanning nearly all academic fields, including STEM, business, humanities, law, and fine arts

Our Mission

  • “How can I prove to universities that I am as strong an expert in Economics as I claim to be?”
  • “How can I take my Robotics project to the next level?”
  • “How can I obtain expert support as I navigate my Psychology research paper?”

These are questions we field on a daily basis from talented students around the world—students with passion, determination, and high work ethic ­­–– yet also limitations as to the individualized academic support they can receive from their locally available opportunities and resources. While a response to these students’ questions involves obvious nuance, the most succinct answer is: the Collegiate Mentorship Program.

Our team of over 110 professors, lecturers, and researchers from selective universities in the United States and United Kingdom support essentially any student interest, from Electrical Engineering to Film, from Neuroscience to Music Composition. Our goal is to fill the extracurricular gap that so many students have when it comes to proving academic strength and passion. Conducted entirely remotely through video chat and email, our two-month program links world-experts in academia to students anywhere across the globe.

About our program

Our program is separated into three distinct frameworks

Internship

Internship

Only possible in the atypical circumstance when student capabilities perfectly match the research a professor is currently conducting at their institution. Our students have been able to directly contribute to university research in fields such as Computer Science, Biology and Psychology.

Independent Research Project

Independent Research Project

This framework fits students who are at a high level in their primary subject and are looking to transform their advanced knowledge into tangible achievement. Students in this framework collaborate with their professor on a new research paper of the student’s choice. We support and encourage students who produce papers of adequate quality to submit these for publication to youth science or humanities journals.

Deeper Learning

Deeper Learning

The most basic of our mentorship frameworks, Deeper Learning is an opportunity for students who have a passion but have yet to have any meaningful way to pursue it. Students in this framework learn about a particular field through their one-on-one sessions with their professor and over the course of two months, the student will have built the knowledge necessary in their primary subject to apply their knowledge to future endeavors. This framework often fits students with highly distinctive academic interests such as analyzing the mid-19th century war film genre or learning to use advanced statistical modeling programs.

Internship

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Internship

Only possible in the atypical circumstance when student capabilities perfectly match the research a professor is currently conducting at their institution. Our students have been able to directly contribute to university research in fields such as Computer Science, Biology and Psychology.

Independent Research Project

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Independent Research Project

This framework fits students who are at a high level in their primary subject and are looking to transform their advanced knowledge into tangible achievement. Students in this framework collaborate with their professor on a new research paper of the student’s choice. We support and encourage students who produce papers of adequate quality to submit these for publication to youth science or humanities journals.

Deeper Learning

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Deeper Learning

The most basic of our mentorship frameworks, Deeper Learning is an opportunity for students who have a passion but have yet to have any meaningful way to pursue it. Students in this framework learn about a particular field through their one-on-one sessions with their professor and over the course of two months, the student will have built the knowledge necessary in their primary subject to apply their knowledge to future endeavors. This framework often fits students with highly distinctive academic interests such as analyzing the mid-19th century war film genre or learning to use advanced statistical modeling programs.

Research Internship Program Cases

Paul Tan

Published his final research paper on JOURNYS

His university acceptance includes PSU, NYU (Shanghai), UC Irvine, Wake Forest University, Santa Clara University

Theo He

Received positive evaluation and letter of recommendation

His university acceptance includes Stanford University, Yale University, Princeton University

Dhevan Kalra

His final research paper will be published in Springer's Inventive Material Science and Applications

His university acceptance includes JHU, Brown University, Cornell University

Xavier Wu

Took part in the IASDR 2019 competition with his research paper

His university acceptance includes UChicago Full Merit Scholarship, Caltech, UC Davis Regents Scholarship USD30K, UC Irvine Directors Scholarship USD20K, UCLA, UC Santa Barbara and UC San Diego USD5K.

Mentor's Evaluations

Statistics & Financial Mathematics Lecturer from MIT

Mentored Ruby Woo in Statistics

"I encourage Ruby to pursue academic subjects requiring quantitative, analytical ability. There are many areas (e.g., finance, biology, engineering, mathematics) where she would excel."

Neuroscience Research Assistant Professor from Tufts University

Mentored Freddy Fang in Biology/Computer Science

"Freddy was eager to learn, attentive, and also very professional. He was enthusiastic about the process and introduced many ideas and areas to explore himself."

Computer Science Assistant Professor from Brown University

Mentored Warren Su in Computer Science

"Warren was very quick to pick up on the larger code base as it grew. He was able to accomplish things better than I expected in that environment."

Music Composition Assistant Professor from Berklee College of Music

Mentored Laura Lu in Music Composition

"Laura has a beautiful singing voice and a great deal of songwriting talent. As the program continued, she worked faster and more fluently on her songwriting."

Apply for mentorship

If you are interrested in a Collegiate Mentorship Program, then contact us or signup to start the journey towards your succesful future!