Walk a Mile in Their Shoes: Creating Awareness and Mutual Respect
Language matters. The words you use have the power to include everyone or exclude specific people.
Cisco hosts first ever Black-owned Partners and Suppliers Conference in Atlanta
Event organizers reflect on Cisco's first-ever Black-owned Partner and Supplier Conference in Atlanta, Georgia on April 25.
Celebrate History and Culture This May
In May, we celebrate the history and culture of the Asian American Pacific Islander, Jewish, and Haitian communities, but we also can focus on heritage overall. At Cisco, we are committed to ensuring a welcoming, diverse, equitable, and inclusive work environment for all.
A mother speaks up for Mother Earth
Cisco's Elisabeth Brandasu shares how being a mother has impacted her perspective on the environment and influenced her actions.
Cisco Networking Academy: Partners powering teams
KLA Technologies shares the value of hiring Cisco Networking Academy alumni who pursued networking careers through Henry Ford College.
How World Possible is using technology to inclusively bridge the digital divide to help teachers and students
In appreciation of educators everywhere, we want to shine a light on how World Possible's RACHEL device is used to build teacher capacity.
Cisco Thanks Our Teachers Across the Globe
This week is Teacher Appreciation Week, and we at Cisco want to send a big THANK YOU to teachers around the global who do so much for our students and our communities! At Cisco, we value our partnership with teachers and are proud to support them with innovative programs that help them leverage technology to […]
How Cisco’s Talent Bridge program is creating an equitable platform for employment matching
At Cisco, our purpose is to Power an Inclusive Future for All; one way we do this is through the Talent Bridge program.