A Veteran Finds His Way to Cisco
Systems Engineer Ferdinand is a veteran who dedicated himself to finding a new career in technology -- and landed at Cisco.
I Never Thought I’d Be an Engineer
Miranda shares how she and her husband became a Cisco Family through our Veteran Talent Incubation Program and Cisco’s Talent Incubation Program.
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.
Innovative Pilot Program Reskills Military Veterans for IT Careers
Arodi Grullon Fernandez spent 12 years in the U.S. military, traveling around the world as a member of the Marine Corps. He’s deployed twice to Afghanistan, once to Iraq, and served countless hours on military bases around the United States. Still, his time as a maintenance chief and platoon sergeant didn’t fully prepare Arodi for […]
The Unique Perspective Veterans Bring to Businesses
Veterans like Stan Roberts have served our country in a myriad of ways. As a United States Marine, Stan served three tours in Iraq. He received many combat-related awards before he lost his leg and was medically retired. After 11 years with the military, Stan had to reset his plans of entering law enforcement, where […]
Creating a Networking Career Pipeline for Veterans
On August 2, 2016, Cisco launched the Veteran Talent Incubation Program (VTIP) at its Research Triangle Park (RTP) campus in North Carolina. Twelve veterans from area military bases are participating in the program, which spawned from a discussion between Erika Plant and TAC Managers (Chris Phillips, Charles Armstrong and Chris Myers) when they volunteered at […]