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May 26, 2020

WE ARE CISCO

“May we borrow a router, please?” 

Cisco Security Consulting Engineer for our Customer Experience team, Mark Pleunes shares how one simple question resulted in Cisco's involvement with the Alpe d’HuZes event, and how he took his participation to the next level.

May 1, 2020

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From Columbus to Krakow: How I Pursued My Passions at Cisco

David shares how he was able to continue pursuing his passions at Cisco and how the Leaders in Finance & Technology (LIFT) program and our Employee Resource Organizations are enabling him to grow.

April 24, 2020

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Brainstorming, Collaboration, and the Cisco Coloring Book

The Cisco User Experience team came together to create something never before done at Cisco - a coloring book for employees and their families that helped them to bond together.

December 5, 2019

WE ARE CISCO

How Cisco’s Culture Inspired Me to Give Back

Maria shares how, prior to working at Cisco, she didn't have a lot of time or encouragement to give back. Now, with Cisco's volunteer hours (employees have 40 hours each year to give back) she loves giving back, and shares how we can all continue to give this holiday season.

December 3, 2019

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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 […]

August 1, 2019

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How Cisco CSAP Graduates Spent 5 Days Giving Back

Wondering how to use your five days of volunteer time? These Cisco CSAP-ers came together as a team of 12 to spend one full work week giving back in Naples.

June 28, 2019

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Learning and Growing with Cisco Security

Once, Pier made a mistake as one of his products was hacked. Now, working at Cisco, he realizes he NEVER would've made this mistake had he been given Security training.