RustBridge is an entirely volunteer run project, and we are always looking for more people to help spread inclusive Rust education around the world.
There are several ways to get involved:
RustBridge requires a fair amount of organization to run! People who are familiar with event management can help teachers find and secure venues, manage attendance, and help market and promote events to local meeetups and communities around the world.
RustBridge is a very hands-on workshop, with lots of guidance, and depends on the efforts of teachers to help set the tone and drive the success of the event.
Advanced beginners make the best teachers, so if you are concerned that you might not be a good enough Rust developer to teach this workshop- think again! You are probably at the perfect experience level to help introduce new people to the language.
A key component to the success of NodeTogether is partnering with the local community to bring in empathetic and energetic mentors. No teaching experience is required, but it certainly is a plus!
This is your chance to give back to the community and get in touch with exciting new programming talents. Don’t be shy! Everyone’s experience is valuable, and so is yours.
We are always looking for sponsors to help fund travel for mentors, provide space for events, or catering.
Sponsors will get prominent display on event pages as well as the option to distribute swag at events.