U.S. Veterans Magazine has included Cisco on its 2012 “Best of the Best” list of Top 100 Companies Recruiting Veterans.
We are proud of this acknowledgement because in the last couple of years, we have increased our efforts to support transitioning military personnel, veterans, and military families, particularly in the areas of employment and education.
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Thousands of military personnel will transition from uniform to civilian life in the coming years — about 1 million between now and September 2016, according to the U.S. Department of Defense.
A Cisco priority is to help these men and women find meaningful jobs and educational opportunities that match their skills and interests after their service to our country is over.
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Video of the 2011 Veterans Corporate Technology Day
Veterans Corporate Technology Day (VCTD) at Cisco Systems will take place this year on November 13, 2012. The day brings U.S. military personnel, spouses and caregivers to Cisco campuses and exposes them to available resources as they potentially transition to the civilian workforce. Events will be hosted at the following locations:
- San Antonio, Texas
- Research Triangle Park, North Carolina
- San Jose, California
The multi-site event introduces mentorship programs and educational resources. There will be a sessions on Read More »
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This post was written by Steve Vann, a military recruiter at Cisco
Vernon Bennett is a shining example of Cisco’s initiative to hire military veterans. Vernon spent more than 20 years in the U.S. Air Force and Air National Guard and also has years of experience in the civilian sector: a combination that is desirable to Cisco’s recruiters and hiring managers.
As a military recruiter for Cisco, I work with veterans across the United States, helping them find job opportunities at our company. I typically cater to two types of veterans: those just transitioning out of the military who are a great fit for many entry-level roles, and those who have been out of the military for a while and have developed civilian skills.
A few weeks ago, a flurry of emails crossed my desk. Vernon’s résumé was attached and he was looking for a role with Cisco in our Research Triangle Park, North Carolina office. Recruiters, hiring managers, veteran employees, and members of our Veterans Enablement and Troop Support Employee Resource Group all wanted to contact him – both because he had just the right combination of civilian and military skills and because our veteran employees are always looking for opportunities to support our veterans.
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Cisco is proud to be a 100,000 Jobs Mission member. Next week there will be both a virtual and a Bethesda, Maryland- based job fair for U.S. military veterans, transitioning service members, wounded warriors and military spouses. We will have Cisco representatives at both the virtual job fair and at Bethesda.
100,000 Jobs Mission Virtual Job Fair
Live Webcast: Friday, August 24, 2012 10:00am ET/7:00 am PT and 1:00pm ET/ 10:00am PT
100,000 Jobs Mission Coalition is hosting a virtual job fair for U.S. veterans, transitioning service members, wounded warriors and military spouses. This is an opportunity to learn about career opportunities with Coalition member companies like Abbott, Avis Budget Group, Cisco, EMC², Frontier Communications, Henry Schein, HP, IBM, Iron Mountain, JPMorgan Chase, Mantech International, Modis, Office Depot, UnitedHealth Group, and UPMC.
Companies will showcase current open jobs. Panelists will be available to answer questions.
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