The Collegiate Mentorship Program, which is dedicated to assisting students in becoming global leaders, is now accepting applications for its Year 2023 program.
From Grade 9 students wishing to begin an early exploration of their interests and potential career paths to post-graduate students looking to improve their resumes and apply for Master’s/PhD programs, high-achieving students of all ages are eligible to enrol. Students are evaluated based on several criteria to ensure they will be a good fit for the program.
The Collegiate Mentorship Program has a team of mentors that includes more than 150 professors, scholars, researchers, and business leaders
The Collegiate Mentorship Program has a team of mentors that includes more than 150 professors, scholars, researchers, and business leaders from selective universities such as Harvard, Princeton, Columbia, Penn, Brown, Stanford, MIT, CMU, Cornell, and many more. Our team includes professors in essentially every subject from STEM to Social Sciences/Humanities and Fine Arts. Be it working on a project in Robotics, Web Development, Data Science or Film, or writing a research paper in Economics, Sociology, Literature, Classics, Public Policy, Law, Public Health or Psychology, students get the opportunity to showcase their abilities and achievement while working 1-on-1 remotely with their chosen mentor.
How Will the Collegiate Mentorship Program and its Mentors Add Value?
A mentor-mentee relationship brings students invaluable experiences that prove to be life-changing. Students in the mentorship programme often reflect on how their mentors were able to motivate and inspire them to achieve their personal and professional goals.
The Collegiate Mentorship Program helps students advance their learning and development in ways not possible within the school curriculum. Students get to collaborate with distinguished faculty and gain exposure to global research activities and trends. This differentiates the student’s profile from that of the competitive pool of applicants and students will ultimately put themselves in a stronger position to earn admission at selective universities.
Nearly all students who complete the final written component as a research paper have their work published and earn a Letter of Recommendation
Having completed the Mentorship Program under the guidance of their mentors, students are in a good position to submit their written research papers to academic journals with the education team’s support. If students perform well, they can request a Letter of Recommendation at the end of the programme. Among those enrolled in the Collegiate Mentorship Program, nearly all students who complete the final written component as a research paper have their work published and earn a Letter of Recommendation.
1“It was a great journey; my mentor has been amazing. She has guided and instilled profound insights about the research and how to carry it out. She has even given me the picture of how research is carried out in the USA, the prospects of Bioengineering in terms of industry and research, and shared real-life experiences.”
1An overview from a former Collegiate Mentorship Program student, who later got accepted into Brown University, Cornell University and Johns Hopkins University. His research paper will be published at Inventive Material Science Applications(Springer Publishing).
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