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Cisco Impact Area | Education

Tomorrow’s global problem solvers

Education is a core part of our mission to help solve society’s toughest problems. Cisco Networking Academy builds IT and career skills that empower people to thrive in the digital economy. And through Cisco grants and donations of our technology, we help improve access to quality education worldwide.

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World Affairs Council Honors Cisco for Global Commitment to Education
By Jennifer Barr Cisco was honored by the World Affairs Council of Washington, D.C. for its leadership role in worldwide education. Cisco Chairman and CEO John Chambers received the “Global Education Award“ in recognition of...
Mar 11, 2013 12:00 PM ET
Olympics Are Starting Point for Cisco’s Commitment to ICT Education, Innovation in the UK
by Alexis Raymond The 2012 Summer Olympics are underway in London, and Cisco is there as the official network infrastructure supporter. But delivering voice, video, and data traffic for London 2012 is only the starting...
Jul 31, 2012 8:00 PM ET
What Helps Students Love Math?
By Peter Tavernise Encouraging highly successful nonprofits to collaborate with each other on shared goals can often be a challenge. Part of their success hinges on laser-like execution of their own program and on getting results. But occasionally, two programs are so complementary...
Jul 24, 2012 3:45 PM ET
Cisco Networking Academy Is Launched at Bairro Carioca, in Rio de Janeiro
(3BL Media) Sao Paulo, Brazil - July 10, 2012 - The new urban area in Rio de Janeiro, named Bairro Carioca, will provide workers and students with IT training through Cisco Networking Academy™. The program will be offered at Praça do Conhecimento (Knowledge Square), an initiative of the Rio de Janeiro City Hall, focusing on culture and education, which will be inaugurated Friday, July 6, in...
Jul 10, 2012 2:00 PM ET
Cisco Networking Academy: A Model for Both Workforce Training and K-12 Education
By Alexis Raymond No matter where you are in the world, you need networking skills to be competitive in today’s economy. In many countries, a lack of people with information and communications technology (ICT) skills is the biggest impediment to global competitiveness. In the current issue of the Brunswick Review...
Jun 26, 2012 11:15 PM ET

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