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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.

Click here to learn more about how Cisco promotes access to Education.

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Cisco Networking Academy to Partner in Cuba
Today, we are pleased to announce that Cisco will begin a new relationship with the Universidad de las Ciencias Informaticas (UCI) of Cuba, with the intention of bringing the Cisco Networking Academy program to UCI students. Networking Academy is an IT skills and career building program for learning institutions and individuals...
Mar 21, 2016 1:05 PM ET
Cisco Launches NC4ME with IT Awareness Days in North Carolina
Earlier this month, Cisco launched the IT Component of North Carolina for Military Employment (NC4ME), hosting two IT Awareness Days at Camp Lejuene and Fort Bragg in North Carolina. More than 120 transitioning or recently transitioned Service members attended the events, where they learned about North Carolina’s growing IT industry. ...
Mar 7, 2016 12:15 PM ET
Cisco CSR Program: Community Knowledge Centers
Overcoming poverty starts with the basics: education, opportunity, and connections to the global economy. Yet, more than 2 billion people live in remote communities or isolated neighborhoods without access to phones, computers, or the Internet—the tools of the global economy. Community Knowledge Centers (CKCs) connect the unconnected.
Mar 2, 2016 8:05 AM ET
Cisco, Greenlight for Girls Inspire Women to Pursue STEM Careers
This blog was originally published on the Cisco Learning Network.
Dec 21, 2015 8:05 AM ET
Cisco, North Carolina Partner to Empower Military Veterans
On Tuesday, October 20, North Carolina’s Governor Pat McCrory swore in retired U.S. Marine major general Cornell Wilson as the state’s first cabinet-level secretary of the new Department of Military and Veteran Affairs. Cisco’s Stan Roberts, a Research Triangle Park-based customer support engineer and former Marine wounded in Afghanistan, was invited by General Wilson to represent Cisco and...
Nov 9, 2015 7:05 AM ET

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