Supporting Asian American and Pacific Islander High School Students Pursuing Careers in Technology

By Raquel Aguilar

In honor of Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month in May, we are celebrating the diversity and accomplishments of Waipahu High School in Hawaii. Waipahu is a nationally recognized career academy school, committed to preparing its students for competitive and in-demand occupations. Students can enroll in one of six nationally certified model academies, including the Industrial & Engineering Technology (IET) Academy.

Announcing Cisco Networking Academy's Q3 Be the Bridge Award Winners

By Katherine Carvalho

After several years of events that have changed the world, it’s easy to overlook the good news. News such as an additional 800 million people connecting to the internet around the globe between 2019 and 2021, bringing new opportunities, particularly in developing countries.

From Anxiety and Depression to a Thriving Career in IT

By Rebecca Chisolm

This blog was written by Aidan Burke. Aidan is a Workforce Development Administrator for Red River Technology, an IT company out of Claremont, New Hampshire, and a Cisco Networking Academy partner. I am proud of everything that Aidan has accomplished, and I hope you are inspired as you learn more about his journey.

If you get nothing out of what I am about to say — know that you matter. Whatever your struggles in life may be, you are not alone, and help is there for those that ask.

New Teacher Center: A More Authentic Approach to Teacher Appreciation

By Kyle Thornton

With the mission of forging greater educator effectiveness and equity, non-profit New Teacher Center (NTC) has been working for two decades on establishing a comprehensive professional learning program. With Cisco’s support, NTC launched their innovative Responsive Relationships Program.

What I Learned About Net Zero From a Recent #CiscoChat

By Stacey Faucett

I work at a company committed to reaching net zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 2040, including our operations, supply chain, and product use. But what exactly does “net zero” mean, and how can someone interested learn more? Luckily, Cisco recently hosted a #CiscoChat event that took a deeper look at net zero with the help of subject matter experts across the company, including:

5 Ways Cisco Is Increasing Product Energy Efficiency

By Michael King

The following is based on an excerpt from the 2021 Cisco Purpose Report, published on December 13, 2021.

Sustainability means protecting the Earth’s resources and ensuring a livable planet, not just today, but for generations to come. An inclusive future that provides promise and opportunity for all must include a deep focus on sustainability and address environmental impacts.

Net Zero Methodology: Yes It Is Complicated, but Worth Doing Thoroughly

by Michael King

Many corporations around the world have set net zero commitments, detailing the ways in which they will address the various levels of carbon emissions of their businesses (defined by scope). In September of 2021, Cisco committed to reach net zero across Scope 1, Scope 2, and Scope 3 emissions by 2040.

People Behind CSR at Cisco: How the Send IT Back Mobile App Contributes to a Circular Economy

by Stacey Faucett

We have a blog series that focuses on the people behind Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) at Cisco. Each blog in this series highlights a different Cisco employee who works closely with CSR initiatives across the company.

Cisco's Green Buildings: Good for the Planet and Our Well-Being

By Jordan Hart-White

Earth Aware, Cisco’s month-long employee celebration of sustainability and the planet is also an opportune time to focus on green buildings. But first, what is a green building?

By definition, a green or sustainable building is a building that, because of its construction and features, can maintain or even improve the quality of life of the environment in which it is located.

Green buildings conserve resources

How Cisco Inspires a Network for Good

By Fernando Rodriguez

As a Cisco employee of over 20 years, I have witnessed the power of the network. I am not talking about the millions of computing networks we have built and supported globally. I am talking about building a network for good. I have witnessed this power as an employee; when we’re given the gift to be involved, learn, and experience activities where we give back to the communities in my home country of Colombia. Over the last two decades, I have gotten the opportunity to support people and organizations working miracles every day. Here are a few examples:


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