The Global Mentorship Program allows you to work 1 on 1 with a selective university professor, researcher, scholar, or business leader.
With hard work, students not only complete a research project or written work/publication but can also earn a letter of recommendation - an influential asset for future admissions or employment goals!
This program allows students to expand and apply their knowledge of an academic subject in ways not possible within school courses.
Our team includes 110+ professors, scholars, researchers and business leaders from selective universities such as Oxford, Cambridge, Yale, and Columbia.
The Global Mentorship Program carefully selects talented students from our applicant pool based on past excellence as well as through examination of applicant project ideas which are illuminated within the applicant essay.
2-month/8-week long program including weekly video-chat sessions and continuous email communication with the mentor.
Most Mentorships are conducted remotely so that students and mentors can be located anywhere in the world!
Sessions last about 1 hour and are scheduled to fit both your availability and that of your mentor.
Each Mentorship includes 24-hour support from a dedicated program coordinator.
Possible Mentorship Plans
Work as an assistant or collaborator on one of the mentor’s current projects.
Work on a new research project decided upon by you or together with your mentor.
Work with your mentor on the creation of a written report which could become a publication.
Learn from your mentor to increase your knowledge set and level of expertise within a subject you want to study.
Our mentors are professors, researchers, or lecturers at selective institutions, and they all provide valuable insights and customized guidance for our students.
In the course of their work, they have scores of research publications, fellowships, and research grants, hold leadership positions in global companies, travel across the world to attend invited seminars, and some have even won scientific awards!
Here are some lists of our mentors.