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#CiscoChat: UN World Skills Day Drives New Conversation on IT Skills Shortage

by Eric Chu

We are living in an era of an increasingly connected economy and a business landscape that constantly has to keep pace for organizations to remain relevant and competitive.

A Seismic STEM Challenge

by Ricardo Benavidez

Over 2000 innovators came together in San Jose recently to examine ways to ensure that buildings can survive powerful earthquakes.

Cisco Live US 2015: Cisco CSR Partners Help to Speed the Pace of Social Change

by Austin Belisie

Cisco Corporate Social Responsibility aims to empower global problem solvers with the skills they need to thrive and speed the pace of social change around the globe, but that mission wouldn’t be possible without the help of our partners, many of whom are here at Cisco Live US 2015.

A New Day For the Next Generation of Tech Leaders in Canada


This post written by guest blogger Stephanie Cuskley, CEO of NPower

Today marks the first day of NPower Canada’s Technology Service Corps (TSC) class in Toronto, Canada, a program that will provide underserved youth with proven, no-cost training for skilled, in-demand information technology (IT) jobs.

New JPMorgan Chase & Co. Report Reveals Solutions to Fill Vital Healthcare and Technology Jobs in New York City

Report identifies critical steps the public and private sectors can take to align education and employer job training with high-demand, middle-skill healthcare and tech jobs
Press Release

NEW YORK, October 30, 2014 /3BL Media/ – JPMorgan Chase & Co. today released the first in a series of reports that lays out a specific roadmap for addressing the mismatch between the needs of employers and the skills of current job seekers. Specifically, this report provides a comprehensive look at available middle-skill healthcare and technology jobs in New York City and offers data-driven steps city policy makers, community colleges, training providers and private sector employers can take to fill these critical, good paying industry roles.

Employee Volunteers Initiate Creative CSR Activities in France

by Natacha Comar

Cisco France has always had a special interest in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). We want to contribute to our country’s main economical and societal challenges. And we want to do it by using our expertise in network technology and our energy.

As everywhere, France faces many social, economic, and environmental issues. Let’s state a few:


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