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.
The Valor Games: Personal Limits are Meant to be Broken
The Valor Games showed Cisco employee and US Army Veteran Rich W. that personal limits are meant to be broken! He shares his 3 takeaways here.
Connecting Qualified Veterans to Careers in Technology
Cisco’s VTIP is a pipeline for transitioning service members and veterans that provides the skills required for an entry-level Cisco Services engineer role.
An Update on Cisco’s Veterans Program
Over the past year, we’ve focused on helping veterans find jobs in today’s digital economy through IT training and employment programs, as well as partnerships with local and state governments.
Cisco Leading Cyber Training Effort to Help Employ Virginia Veterans
The Virginia Veterans Cyber Training (VVCT), pioneered by Cisco, is a free accelerated online program offering cyber training from Cisco, Amazon Web Services, (ISC)2, Palo Alto Networks, and Fortinet.
How My Cisco Team Helped Me While I Served Overseas
After Cisconian Jim Shepard is deployed overseas with the US Military, his teammates wanted to stay connected - Cisco Spark is just one of the ways they did this!