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Research Mentorship Program for High School Students.
Work Directly with Princeton University and University of Pennsylvania PhDs Candidates

Colleges and universities highly value students who have had the opportunity to conduct independent research in high school. Through our program, students will be able to hone their skills by exploring a topic of interest, under the expert guidance of a Princeton University or University of Pennsylvania PhD candidate

Completing independent research can help to set a student apart on their college applications, especially to the most competitive colleges. 

Computer Class

Key Facts About the Program:

  • The Research Mentorship Program takes place over 3 to 4 months

  • Students can begin the program at any time of the year. 

  • Students can expect to communicate with their mentor on a weekly basis.

  • At the end of the program, research can be submitted to academic journals for publication.

Skills Acquired:

  • Coding knowledge (R, an open-source programming language)

  • Statistical analysis

  • Data visualization

  • Academic literature review

  • Citations

  • Writing a scientific research paper

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