Education is a core part of our mission to help solve society’s toughest problems. Cisco Networking Academy builds IT and career skills that empower people to thrive in the digital economy. And through Cisco grants and donations of our technology, we help improve access to quality education worldwide.
Networking Academy graduate Megan Chapman details her journey from student at Stanly Community College to IT professional in North Carolina.
As a global technology leader, we understand the value of digital skills and education. This drives our effort to increase student interest in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). Building students’ skills in these disciplines is the first step in developing a sustainable workforce for the digital economy.
Cisco supports programs and education nonprofits that get students excited about learning – in particular about science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). Take a look at these free programs that parents and teachers can use to engage children in learning online, from anywhere.
Working with 12,100 organizations in 180 countries, Cisco Networking Academy is empowering people with the skills to thrive in a digital economy.
The education programs we support engage students early in their lives, improving their academic performance, and increasing the chance they will advance to post-secondary education. And our own Cisco Networking Academy is preparing millions of students for careers in technology.
31% increase in teacher retention through New Teacher Center's data-centric training approach.
100% increase in reach for Science Buddies, which now helps nearly 18 million students build literacy in science and technology.
10.9 million people worldwide have gained digital skills through Cisco Networking Academy.
Cisco partners to create training and career opportunities for transitioning service members, military veterans, and their spouses, fast-tracking veterans into IT training and certification programs to help create pathways to meaningful careers in technology.
A pipeline of experts in networking, security, and IoT is critical to a healthy economy.
Collaboration tools connect isolated students in northern Canada with learning resources.
Cisco helps a nonprofit scale instructional software to more than 1 million students.
Gooru encourages teachers and school leaders to personalize education so students can realize their full potential.