The Mentorship Institute

Experienced. Professional. Tailored.

About Us We are an elite mentorship service for high school and college students who want to best prepare their applications for the next step.

Why choose us? We have physician mentors with extensive experience on admissions committees at the number one college and medical school in the nation (Harvard College and Harvard Medical School). We have a proven track record and will ensure that your application best reflects your accomplishments and experiences. We will help make you stand out from the sea of applicants. Please feel free to read our prior students' feedback.

What to expect? You can expect caring, professional mentors who will go over even the smallest details of your application with you. Please visit our services and packages sections for a description of what application services we offer. We have extensive experience in helping high school and college students in preparing the following application components: Personal Statement, Common Application, AMCAS (for pre-medical students), Secondary Essays, Interview Prep, and General Advising.

Who will I work with? You will work with one of our two experienced physician mentors who will assist you with different components of the application. Please click here for a description of their background.

How do I start? Please fill out our mentorship request form. We will get in touch with you to set up your first consultation and discuss which services are necessary for you.


Dr. Hasan Khosravi

Dr. Khosravi is an Iranian-American from Atlanta, GA and graduated Summa Cum Laude from the Georgia Institute of Technology as a President’s Scholar with a major in Biochemistry and minor in Spanish. He was subsequently accepted into Harvard Medical School. At HMS, he served on the medical school’s admissions committee and interviewed students for the medical school.

Dr. Khosravi is now completing his intern year of residency at Mount Auburn Hospital and will start his dermatology residency at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. Academically, he has published in multiple peer-reviewed journals and is interested in medical mentorship, dermatology research, and global health.

Dr. Gordon Bae

Dr. Bae was born in Korea and moved to Toronto, Canada when he was ten years old. He was accepted into Harvard College as an international student and graduated Summa Cum Laude with a major in Human Developmental and Regenerative Biology and citations in Spanish and Mandarin. He subsequently attended Harvard Medical School and served as a pre-medical advisor for students in Harvard College.

He finished his internship in medicine at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital and is currently a dermatology resident at Stanford University. He has published multiple peer-reviewed papers on topics of education, diversity, and dermatology. Of note, Dr. Bae currently serves as an interviewer for Harvard College Admissions.