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    Ivy League Potential: Research-Mentorship Program

    Ivy League Potential: Research-Mentorship Program

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    • Listing Type: After-School Enrichment
    • Program Delivery: Online
    • Session Length: Two Months
    • Category: STEM
    • Sub-Categories: STEM, Clinical Laboratory Science
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    Overview

    Join Ivy League Potential's Research-Mentorship Program to work one-on-one with top university professors and scholars from MIT, Yale, Columbia, Oxford, Harvard, and more. Some students will publish their research and win awards, and there's a possibility of getting a good letter of recommendation if students work hard. We have a network of 95+ professors, scholars and researchers to help students expand and apply their knowledge of an academic subject in ways not possible within school. The student and mentor can decide on the topic together and work on a new project, or the student can work as an assistant intern for one of the mentor’s current projects.

    The program is 100% online and 8-weeks long. Each week the student meets with their mentor for a one-hour video-chat session. Between sessions, the student and mentor stay in touch via email. Students also receive 24-hour support from a dedicated program coordinator.

    Students write a report with the mentor’s guidance at the end of the two months. Some students will publish their research, and there's a possibility of getting a good letter of recommendation from the mentor if students work hard.

    We have opportunities in a variety of fields: Biomedical Engineering, Computer Science, Robotics, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Physics, Biology, Chemistry, Calculus, Statistics, Finance, Economics, Entrepreneurship, Law, History, Literature, Psychology, Film, Music, and Art History.

    To see case studies of past student projects and learn more about the program, please set up a free consultation.