Share Your Passion With Families in Your Community!
Teaching CyBC is a perfect choice for parents of young children, working musicians, and those passionate about Spanish language and its culture. CyBC offers a professionally rewarding career experience in early childhood music and language education, with ample opportunities for personal and professional growth.
- Combine music education with Spanish immersion
- Grow professionally through our ongoing teacher training and supports
- Share your love for Spanish language, music and culture
- Enjoy part-time, flexible, creative work in a cutting edge field
- Highly proficient speaker
- Connected to Spanish culture
- Strong musical competence
- Passion and personality
Teachers trained in CyBC are able to offer classes through Music Together centers and other approved licensed providers. Trained CyBC teachers are currently in high demand across the country. While teachers are not directly employed by CyBC LLC, we can help connect you with licensed providers in your area seeking teachers. And now we have taken our Teacher Training Online!
Our comprehensive (in-person) 3-day Teacher Training prepares candidates to:
- understand the basics of our music and language immersion model
- learn how to use the CyBC methodology, and
- successfully implement the curriculum
Trained teachers who are actively teaching CyBC receive ongoing support and professional development through our teacher website portal and our private Facebook teacher group.
Teacher Trainings are currently led by program founder Maddie Welch, and are offered across the US through Music Together Worldwide.
CONTACT US for more information and to register for a teacher training near you.
“Canta y Baila Conmigo® [uses] songs that I already love, songs that bring the happiest memories from childhood and songs that make me feel close to my abuela and my parents. CyBC is bringing not only the benefits of belonging to a great music program, it is also bringing culture to families’ homes. Through characters and stories and the diversity of rhythms and instruments, families always go home with a piece of our culture in their hearts.” CyBC Teacher, Miami Kids Music
“The families that have some kind of Hispanic heritage love to be able to bring our music and culture back into their lives, they want to bring grandmas and grandpas to show them how they are bringing their heritage back into their families. But I also have many non-Hispanic families that come to our program to immerse their kids in the language and because they also want to get better in their Spanish. American grandparents call our music “happy music”, and say “this music is so alive.” Susy, CyBC Teacher