Cisco helps veterans and transitioning military find new careers paths at Cisco
Born out of a commitment to veterans and transitioning military, and a desire to create a direct pathway for veterans to work at Cisco - Cisco Talent Incubation Program (CTIP) was created.
Cisco helps military veterans find paths to meaningful employment through partnership with Onward to Opportunity
We’re all navigating this fast-changing environment, doing our best to adjust to the rapid shift to remote working and online learning. This can feel even more uncertain for our military and veteran community as they transition to civilian careers. This transition is daunting in any circumstance, but a fragile economy and shifting work dynamics creates even greater barriers for those who are separating from military service. Cisco and Onward to Opportunity have partnered to provide veterans pathways to meaningful employment.
Cisco’s military and veteran program expands support for military spouses, adding a mentorship opportunity
The American Corporate Partners’ (ACP) Active Duty Spouse Mentoring Program, conducted in partnership with Cisco, connects military spouses with Cisco employees who provide mentoring and career advice. Each year, ACP helps more than 3,500 returning military veterans and their spouses find meaningful employment.
Cisco Supports Military Veterans and Spouses Through Thick and Thin
When Tina Swallow, director of Department of Defense services sales at Cisco, joined Cisco 12 years ago, she didn’t know where she was going to end up. At the time, she was interviewing for the role from Yokosuka, Japan, where her family was stationed and where her husband was still serving in the U.S. Navy.
To Cisco Employees, Every Day is #GivingTuesday
Every day, across the globe, Cisco employees are giving back in unique and inspiring ways. This Giving Tuesday, we wanted to take a moment to highlight some of the incredible work our employees are doing, and the organizations they’re most passionate about. We’re sure, as you get to know these employees further, that their stories […]
Military Friendly: How Cisco Serves Those who Served
Cisco is proud to be military friendly by connecting with, supporting, and hiring veterans. Find out how we're helping veterans make the most of their skills as they transition to the private sector.
Cisco Offers Military Veterans Free Cybersecurity Training
As part of our ongoing efforts to empower and connect military veterans interested in working in the tech field, Cisco’s Veterans Program is excited to announce the Cisco Veterans Cyber Scholarship Program is now accepting applications.
A veteran speaks: the need for simplicity in DoD IT Modernization
Guest Author Gus Mendiola is a Systems Engineering Manager and military veteran leading a team of engineers supporting the United States Army in CONUS, SWA, and Europe. He retired from...
Cisco Connects Veterans to Partner Ecosystem through Talent Bridge for Veterans
Talent Bridge for Veterans will enable qualified veterans from around the globe to match their education, skills, and certification requirements to open job opportunities across our partner ecosystem.