I am sometimes available to tutor high school students preparing for the university admissions process by providing mentorship on independent research projects related to the effects of video games, virtual worlds, avatars, and social media (i.e., my areas of expertise). These projects provide a strong differentiator for university applications, especially if published in high school-oriented journals, such as the International Journal of High School Research, the Columbia Junior Science Journal. In addition to guiding these projects toward publication, I strive to help students prepare to engage in research and work with professors in their future universities. A student who is mentally prepared to thrive in a research university environment is much more likely to be admitted.
I mentor students through the Polygence, a research mentorship academy, but feel free to reach out to me individually if you are interested. Students may start working with me in 9th – 12th grade and a typical project duration ranges from ~6-months to one year.
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