How Cisco Is Helping Tweens Become Tech-Savvy Global Problem Solvers
Help us build a pathway for in-demand entrepreneurial and life skills, growing the impact that GPS: The Series participants can have now and hopefully for years to come.
Meet the 2018 GPS Challenge First Runner-Up: Jara
Cisco is proud to support teams of innovators working to create lasting social impact, and we look forward to working with Jara to help spread the roots of their innovation.
Meet the 2018 GPS Challenge Grand Prize Winner: CareNX Innovations
With their goal in mind and product ready for testing, Shantanu and Aditya entered CareNX into Cisco’s 2018 Global Problem Solver Challenge, with the hope of taking home the US$100,000 grand prize.
Introducing Global Problem Solvers: The Series
We’re pleased to introduce Global Problem Solvers: The Series (GPS: The Series), a new Cisco corporate social responsibility (CSR) educational initiative.
Turning Crisis into Possibility on World Refugee Day
Today, World Refugee Day, is an opportunity for us to recognize organizations that are doing this important work right now around the world.
Live #CiscoChat June 4th: Making Global Problem Solving More Intuitive
In this live #CiscoChat ahead, we’ll take a look at some of the ways companies, organizations, and individuals can go above and beyond to transform our world for the better.
Announcing the 2018 Cisco Global Problem Solver Challenge Winners
In this second year of the Cisco Global Problem Solver Challenge, Cisco is proud to continue recognizing young entrepreneurs who are developing innovative, technology-based solutions and services that have the ability to change the world.
Cisco Employees are Earth Aware, Making a Positive Impact on the Planet
Last month, employees around the world came together to celebrate Earth Day throughout April as part of Cisco’s “Earth Aware” campaign.
Cisco’s International Volunteers Return to Beijing to Connect and Empower Education
Cisco’s Connected Asian Affinity Network (CAAN) recently sent several of its members to Beijing, China to work with the Green and Shine Foundation to donate 60 laptops and coordinate teacher training.