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The Batiste Project is seeking passionate and dedicated volunteer coding instructors to join our team and support our mission of providing high-quality coding, cybersecurity, and robotics education to K-12 underserved students in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. As a volunteer cybersecurity instructor, you will play a crucial role in equipping students with essential cybersecurity skills, knowledge, and awareness to navigate the digital world safely and responsibly.


1. Curriculum Delivery:

  • Teach cybersecurity principles, concepts, and best practices to K-12 students using a structured curriculum designed to address relevant topics such as internet safety, data protection, privacy, and ethical hacking.

  • Facilitate engaging and interactive classroom sessions, workshops, and activities that promote hands-on learning and critical thinking.

2. Skill Development:

  • Help students develop fundamental cybersecurity skills, including risk assessment, threat detection, incident response, and secure coding practices.

  • Introduce students to technologies and applications related to cybersecurity, such as programming, automation, and security testing.

3. Project-Based Learning:

  • Guide students through cybersecurity projects, challenges, and simulations to apply their knowledge, solve real-world problems, and enhance their technical skills.

  • Encourage collaboration, teamwork, and creativity among students as they work together to design, build, and test their own cybersecurity solutions.

4. Individualized Support:

  • Provide personalized assistance, feedback, and mentorship to students to help them understand complex concepts, overcome obstacles, and succeed in their learning journey.

  • Adapt teaching methods and materials to accommodate diverse learning styles, abilities, and interests within the classroom.

5. Assessment and Evaluation:

  • Assess student progress and performance through regular quizzes, assignments, projects, and assessments aligned with learning objectives and industry standards.

  • Monitor student engagement, participation, and comprehension to identify areas for improvement and adjust instruction as needed.

6. Classroom Management:

  • Create a positive and inclusive learning environment where all students feel valued, respected, and empowered to explore and learn about cybersecurity.

  • Enforce classroom rules, safety protocols, and ethical guidelines to promote responsible behavior and digital citizenship among students.


  • Strong background in cybersecurity, including knowledge of cybersecurity principles, technologies, tools, and methodologies.

  • Experience teaching or tutoring K-12 students in cybersecurity, computer science, or related subjects.

  • Excellent communication, presentation, and interpersonal skills.

  • Patience, empathy, and a genuine passion for educating and empowering underserved youth in cybersecurity and technology.


  • Make a meaningful impact on the lives of underserved students in the Dallas/Fort Worth area by equipping them with valuable cybersecurity skills and knowledge.

  • Gain teaching experience, leadership skills, and professional development opportunities in cybersecurity education.

  • Join a supportive community of educators, volunteers, and advocates dedicated to promoting cybersecurity awareness and digital literacy among youth.

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