Last week, 18 students and 5 educators from Lycée privé ET UFA Robert Schuman school in France visited the Cisco campus in San Jose to learn about how we’re pioneering new technologies in education and to consider a career at Cisco.
The students, who are currently preparing for a vocational degree to become IT technicians specialized in networking, were intrigued by Cisco and the methods in which we’re allowing students to #LearnWithoutLimits.
During the event, students were able to speak with Renee Patton (US Public Sector Director of Education) and Jeanne Beliveau-Dunn (Vice President and General Manager of Cisco Services). Watch the short clip below for a look at Thursday’s event.
Very nice activity. Promoting learning is always the right thing to do. But … After looking at the video and the picture: Was there really not a single girl in the group?
Hello, I’m one of the teachers from this school.
And you’re right. Unfortunately there is no girl in IT Class in our school.
In four years we had only one girl!!
Hope it will change soon…..
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