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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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Content from this campaign

Impact Story: Career Day at Cisco Live United States 2015
While more than 25,000 people attended Cisco Live US 2015 in San Diego, California, 300 students participated in one of the week’s most exciting and engaging events – Career Day. There, they learned what skills they’ll need to succeed in the digital economy through hands-on activities and conversations with industry professionals.  ...
Jul 17, 2015 8:05 AM ET
#CiscoChat: UN World Skills Day Drives New Conversation on IT Skills Shortage
We are living in an era of an increasingly connected economy and a business landscape that constantly has to keep pace for organizations to remain relevant and competitive. Thanks in part to the expansion of the Internet of Everything (IoE) (and the millions of connective touch points it supports),...
Jul 13, 2015 12:25 PM ET
Social Innovation: Good for Society and Good for Business
Organizations are increasingly paying more attention to two areas that are critical to business success and sustainability: Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and human capital development. Sandy Walsh, Director of the Social Innovation Group in Cisco’s Asia Pacific region, shares her perspective on how taking a “shared value” approach can help to...
Jul 10, 2015 11:05 AM ET
Overcoming Cancer in a Connected World
My Story: Beth Carter from LCPS-TV on Vimeo. Growing up, we all had a favorite teacher. It may have been an impassioned English teacher keen on Shakespeare and...
Jun 19, 2015 8:05 AM ET
A Seismic STEM Challenge
Over 2000 innovators came together in San Jose recently to examine ways to ensure that buildings can survive powerful earthquakes. This was no ordinary trade show. It wasn’t an industry conference filled with engineers and seismologists, policymakers and building managers. Instead, the more than 2000 participants were students, grades 4 through 12, from across Silicon Valley who came...
Jun 18, 2015 8:05 AM ET