Mentoring and Support Request Form
Hi, I am Ha-My Nguyen or My Nguyen (she/her) and I am currently a Ph.D. student at University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. Coming from a single-parent, low-income, and working-class household, I understand the difficulties and frustration of having a lack of resources and support while trying to pursue education and higher education. Without the help and support of my mentors, friends, and family - those who truly believe in me and never let me forget I am capable - I would never be where I am today. I am privileged enough to have met wonderful people on my journey, and for that, I am grateful every day.

Understanding the importance of having access to information and support, I give free mentorship to international, underprivileged students, students from minority and less supported backgrounds, low-income students, and first-generation students who want to apply to graduate programs in Social Sciences and Humanities in the US, who need help finding writing-related and standardized testing resources, and who are on their first steps of doing research.

Anyone who wishes to receive support can book an appointment via this link. If you have more questions, contact me at

I am grateful and acknowledge that the University of Minnesota Twin Cities is located on the traditional homelands of the Dakota people.
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