The power of research for high-schoolers
As a high-school student who was passionate about research, and coming from an extremely small research program - finding my place within science fair and scientific research was difficult. I didn't have access to traditional resources such as a institutional lab setting, a professor as a mentor and a research class in school.
Now I want to share my knowledge with all of you, to support other burgeoning high school researchers and science-fair competitors who may not have access to a traditional research program. I can provide support by reviewing science-fair papers/posters, hosting "mock" judging sessions, and reviewing your presentations. I hope to be the "science fair support system" that you may not have in your local area.
The students I mentor have been ISEF Finalists, JSHS State and National Winners, Broadcom MASTERS nominees, invited to speak at conferences for various disciplines and more!
Please use this contact form to reach out to me to schedule a consultation! Consultations require a $15 deposit that will then be applied to the first session you book.
Prices range from $20-$350 depending on the service that is being provided and whether or not you wish to work with me "live" or asynchronously. My goal is to have all of my students be successful within their research, science fair and future career goals.
All payments must be made by venmo or zelle
So I self-taught myself instead! Through countless hours of reading papers, watching lectures and trying to understand how to do this process myself - I have been able to win some of the highest science fair honors such as being an International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) Finalist, ranking as a Top 40 Regeneron Science Talent Search (STS) Finalist and winning first place the Junior Science and Humanities Symposium (JSHS). I have been published in the peer-reviewed American Junior Academy of Science Journal (AJAS) and the Ohio Journal of Science. In addition, I was admitted to multiple ivy league schools and other top colleges.
By beginning research in high-school, I got a head-start in an activity that many do not begin until college. Now at Columbia, I have been able to work in many lab settings due to my previous research experiences. This includes working at Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Proctor & Gamble (P&G) and other institutional labs.