I’ll be collating cool and helpful resources that have helped me during my time as an undergraduate.
Here is a guide I wrote on applying to STEM graduate school. The guide is fairly comprehensive and I’ve tried to address as many parts of the application process as possible. If you have any questions, feel free to contact me and I’m happy to advise.
I am also more than happy to share my own materials if you would find that helpful: my SOP, my CV, diversity statements, and so on. Just ping me and I’ll shoot you a copy!
Científico Latino also offers mentorship throughout the graduation school application process through their GSMI program; I myself did the program and highly recommend it. Here is a link.
If you’re an undergraduate and wondering about how to find and apply for research opportunities, here is a guide I wrote on just this. I wrote this for the Yale Society of Physics Students, but much of this advice is still applicable. As always, if you have any questions, feel free to get in touch.
If you’re interested in applying to fellowships, I cover the application process in my graduate school application guide above. Other fantastic resources include: