We are looking for exceptional individuals to join our team of research mentors. Our research mentors work with high school students on long-term, substantial projects. Previous students have published their findings in academic journals and presented at international conferences. Mentors act as the catalyst for original research: they provide the technical and project management expertise necessary for success.
Supporting students through their original, relevant, and feasible research project
Teaching essential skills and content within your discipline
Following a dynamic and interdisciplinary research curriculum
Developing innovative teaching resources
Masters degree or higher
Previous teaching experience
Strong communication and collaboration skills
Exceptional depth and breadth of knowledge within your field
Flexible and adaptive around your students’ needs
Currently conducting research, especially within Tokyo
Academic publications (in addition to a thesis or dissertation)
Research mentorship experience
Demonstrated leadership in your field
Qualified mentors from all disciplines are encouraged to apply.
Minimum 5 hours per week commitment for a minimum of 6 months.
Hourly compensation is highly competitive for exceptional candidates.