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February 12, 2020

PARTNER

GRIT – Girls Re-Imagining Tomorrow, creating the next generation of Cyber Warriors

GRIT is the joint initiative between Cisco and ePlus, and the brainchild of ePlus’ Security and EN Practice Lead, Wanda Castelvecchi. Learn how this program is re-image a tomorrow for this next generation of leaders. 

How Women-Rock IT Empowers Women to Pursue STEM

This guest post was written by Emma Reid, global marketing manager, Cisco Networking Academy Corporate Affairs, Asia Pacific & Japan at Cisco and recent winner of the ARN Women in IT Awards.

November 8, 2019

EDUCATION

A Lesson in STEM: When a Teacher Becomes Student, It’s a Game Changer

The CyberPatriot competition and Cisco Networking Academy are helping schools empower a new generation of STEM education. Find out how.

August 27, 2019

EDUCATION

Unique program educates students and helps close the cybersecurity skills gap

Cisco Cyber Defense Clinic provides a free cybersecurity lab environment that educators can integrate into coursework to enable students to engage hands-on with advanced cybersecurity technologies.

When You Empower a Girl, You Empower a Community

Cisco’s global initiative, Girls Power Tech (GPT), is a special learning opportunity for girls and young women to connect with Cisco mentors at offices around the world.

May 7, 2019

LIFE AT CISCO

Finding My Way to Cisco as a Software Engineer

Struggling to feel like she belonged throughout college, Moriah M. took matters into her own hands with her "unapologetically pink" phase. Now a Cisco Software Engineer she's working hard to ensure her fellow #WomenInTech know that they can 'be you, with us' at Cisco.

March 28, 2019

EDUCATION

A future-ready workforce: Cisco Networking Academy preps 9.2 million students

New data shows that 9.2 million students—1.6 million in the U.S.—are ready for STEM careers thanks to Cisco Networking Academy. And they’re earning 22% more than their peers.

August 2, 2018

SECURITY

Cisco and Her Spark: Building Bright Minds of the Future

Fourteen girls attended a week-long camp filled with activities to excite, challenge, and expose them to some of the many things that are possible with technology.