Enrolling More Women in Cyber Engineering
Everyone who works at Cisco knows that we encourage, promote and value a diverse workforce. Supporting women is an important part of that effort. The difference in tangible support from...
Overcoming the Bravery Deficit
Together, we can to begin to undo the culture of perfection. Combining that with building sisterhood lets girls know that they can be and create anything.
The Future of STEM: Cisco Networking Academy Turns 20
At a recent event in the Missouri state capitol, Cisco Networking Academy - which has reached millions of students worldwide - commemorated its 20-year anniversary with 120 graduates of Missouri programs.
Innovate, Educate, and Build the Next Generation of Women in STEM
Anyone interested in the professional development of women in Tech will want to join the Feb 26 Cisco Chat and Mar 7 Women of Impact event, both open to the public.
Breaking Down Barriers – Cisco Sponsors Greenlight for Girls
Research shows that young women across the globe don’t generally choose tech careers because they think it’s not an interesting career, or they believe they wouldn’t be good at it, or, even worse, they imagine they wouldn’t be comfortable or happy with their potential colleagues. Cisco is committed to breaking those notions! As proof of […]
The Digital Age Takes Over: Top 5 Predictions for Reshaping Value in 2018 and Beyond
What’s happening in technology? How is technology changing society and business? Check out 5 predictions that will reshape how value is created and determine the winners of the digital age.
Finding Friendships, Philanthropy, and Fun at Work!
The culture of giving and fun at Cisco with the Connected Women and Conexion EROs volunteering
Girls Power Tech: Inspiring Young Women Around the Globe
Girls Power Tech (GPT) was an amazing experience this year. Through our sites around the world and unwavering support of our global executive sponsors, Kelly Kramer & Ruba Borno, a global team worked together to inspire the next generation of innovators, taking science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) to the next level. This year’s Girls […]