Complete online application.
If your application is promising, we will get in touch to schedule an interview.
Interview (10 min)
with program coordinators to evaluate your background, interests, and suitability for our program.
If we think you are the right fit, we will match you with a mentor.
10 one-to-one (60 min) sessions
with your mentor over a period of 3-6 months:
Introduction* (1 session):
Discuss project, learning goals and creative end product
Foundations (2 sessions):
Cover necessary background via guided readings and in-depth reviews
Exploration (3 sessions):
Explore problem and innovative solutions
Complete introductory hands-on tasks
Execution (3 sessions):
Implement cutting-edge research methods
Complete independent work and creative product
Presentation (1 session):
Present results, lessons learned, future horizon
10 written session reports
sent after each session.
1 mid-program progress report sent after session 5.
Letter of Recommendation
will be awarded to students exhibiting outstanding performance throughout the mentorship process.
Students with ambitious long-running projects may opt to extend their Polygence program with additional sessions.
*You only pay the tuition if you want to continue with your chosen mentor after the Intro Session.
Join Polygence and engage in projects like these:
Chinmay Pala's Project
Review Paper On Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory
Katie Katerndahl's Project
Research Paper On The Link Between Catecholamines and Anxiety Diagnosis
Tiffany Wen's Project
Database To Find High School Internships
Raynah Fandozzi's Project
Podcast On Powerful Leadership
Sasha Singh's Project
Review Paper Exploring the Effect of Climate Change on Coral Reefs
Krishang Todi's Project
Research Paper On Fossil Fuels
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