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5 Things You Didn't Know About CSR at Cisco

By Sydney Frost
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Cisco may be well known for its innovative industry-leading technology, but there are some things you may not know about its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) program. Here are 5 initiatives CSR at Cisco is doing to power a more inclusive future for all:

1. Connecting communities in crisis with Cisco Crisis Response

People Behind CSR at Cisco: How Meraki's Charlie Gebhardt Engages Employees in Volunteer and Giving Efforts

By Stacey Faucett
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Cisco Meraki is a complete cloud-managed networking solution that integrates hardware, software, and cloud services. Besides its products, another distinct aspect of the Meraki business unit is that its employees are deeply engaged in community impact and volunteerism.

Three Things We Have Learned About Homelessness

By Erin Connor
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The statistics on homelessness are hard to ignore. More than 20 percent of the world’s population – 1.6 billion people – lack adequate housing. In the United States, more than a half million people are experiencing homelessness on any given night. These numbers have undoubtedly grown as the pandemic has caused people to lose jobs, salary, and the ability to pay their mortgage or rent.

onebillion: Using Technology to Ensure All Children Reach Their Full Potential in Reading and Math

By Kyle Thornton
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The Transformational Tech series highlights Cisco’s nonprofit grant recipients that use technology to help transform the lives of individuals and communities.

Reflecting on Twenty Years of NetHope

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By Tae Yoo

NetHope is a journey that we needed to take.

Clearbot: Meet the Team Building Robots That Remove Trash From Our Waterways

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Now that the Cisco Global Problem Solver Challenge 2021 winners have been officially announced, we are excited for you to learn more about each winning team and the story behind each innovation.

Building a More Inclusive Tech Workforce for Native Americans

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In the United States, there are over 600 Native American and Alaskan Native tribes, representing approximately 1.5 to 2 percent of the population. Lack of critical mass often leads to underrepresentation of Native American viewpoints and representation in racial disparity assessments–particularly in the tech industry.

Cisco Networking Academy Alumnus Malcolm Smith Shares His Story of Transformation

By Rebecca Chisolm
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This blog was written by Malcolm Smith. Malcolm is a Network Engineer at Presidio, but the journey to his dream job was a challenging one that threw many obstacles in his way. I am proud that the Cisco Networking Academy played a role in helping him get where he is today. I hope you are as inspired by his story as I am.

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This blog was written by Malcolm Smith. Malcolm is a Network Engineer at Presidio, but the journey to his dream job was a challenging one that threw many obstacles in his way. I am proud that the Cisco Networking Academy played a role in helping him get where he is today. I hope you are as inspired by his story as I am.

Nunam: Meet the Team Unlocking the Socioeconomic and Environmental Potential of Used Batteries

By Jessica Kelly
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Now that the Cisco Global Problem Solver Challenge 2021 winners have been officially announced, we are excited for you to learn more about each winning team and the story behind each innovation. The Cisco Global Problem Solver Challenge is an annual competition that awards cash prizes to early-stage tech entrepreneurs solving the world’s toughest problems.

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