My teaching experience encompasses four years dedicated to courses in graduate level Introduction to Statistics and Research Methods at New York University and at the City University of New York at Brooklyn College, alongside eight years of mentoring students in quantitative methods. In my introductory courses, I cover the conceptual and theoretical underpinnings of statistics and teach students how to analyze data using modern statistical software (SPSS). In advanced courses, students replicate seminal quantitative studies in psychology, as these experiences have helped narrow students’ perceived distance between them and the subject matter. In addition to coursework, I have managed quantitative research labs with masters students, whom I encouraged to pursue independent research projects or to assist me in my projects within an apprenticeship framework. Thus far, I have supervised three masters’ theses, and these students were subsequently admitted and enrolled in doctoral programs.