"My favorite part about being in Conexión is the power of community... The opportunity to connect is powerful, and the chance to learn from those that want to give back is extremely admirable. " — Sabrina G., Marketing Specialist at Cisco. Conexión LatinX Network is one of Cisco's Employee Resource Groups that we call Inclusive Communities. Explore Cisco's 27 Inclusive Communities now!
"Everyone on my team has taken a different path to get here, but we show up each day to work hard and learn, and we all bring valuable skills and new perspectives to the table, even without college degrees." - Roz B., Project Specialist at Cisco. Roz B. shares her journey joining Cisco through OneTen, a program in the United States that connects Black talent to family-sustaining roles, regardless of degree status. Read more on her story and OneTen at Cisco!
"I think we can all agree (especially now) that change is inevitable, and often it comes as a surprise. Working at such a large company like Cisco has taught me how to expect the unexpected and realize that no two individuals are alike, and likewise, no two internship experiences are ever the same either." -Chloe C., Marketing Specialist Chloe, Jenine, and Teddy, Cisco Intern Alumni, reflect on the changes that led them to where they are today and share advice for dealing with the unexpected in your career.
"Every Monday at 4 p.m., I sign off early from my Cisco role to begin my counselor duties with Trevor. Cisco is a strong supporter of its employees, encouraging us to give back to our communities and providing 40 hours a year of paid time off for volunteering, increasing that Time2Give benefit to 80 hours this year." – Daniel S., AppDynamics Marketing Director at Cisco. Daniel S. shares his powerful journey as a volunteer counselor for the Trevor Project, a leading U.S. organization focused on crisis and suicide prevention efforts among LGBTQ+ youth. Read more on how he discovered that giving back gives back to you.
“I love Cisco's purpose: powering an inclusive future for all with our technology… If you feel like you've got to show up every day and be super passionate about the job, you're setting yourself up for failure. Instead, you have to find an organization where you believe in their higher purpose.” – Zohra Y., VP of Talent Acquisition at Cisco. Zohra Y. finds daily motivation in her role at Cisco by consistently aligning her work with our company’s purpose. Learn more about how you can help Cisco power an inclusive future for all!
Do your intergalactic skills and experience align with our latest otherworldly venture? We're in search of a few new talented members to join our crew around the Galaxy. The right fit, you may be!
For a second time, Cisconians have earned us the No. 1 spot on Fortune's 100 Best Companies to Work For List! Our technology keeps us connected, and our culture builds an inclusive future for all. We're so grateful to celebrate wins across the globe, thanks to our amazing people! Interested in learning more? Be you, with us!
“I failed. Two years ago, I had the greatest disappointment of my life by tripping at the finish line and failing to get my dream job… But my Cisco journey didn’t end there!” – Joseph T., Associate Systems Engineer. Joseph T. shares how he overcame his imposter syndrome and the importance of being yourself in interviews which lead him to being a proud member of our Cisco Sales Associate Program (CASP). Read more on his story!
“What I love most about Cisco is the company’s support in employees ‘owning their careers’… I can whole-heartedly say I’ve had managers who were always supportive of me in pursuing my career goals.” – Kody B., People Consultant and Program Manager for Executive & Board at Cisco. Kody B. has had a varied career, from being drafted in the Women’s National Basketball Association, to working as a wealth planner in the banking industry, to now three different roles across two organizations at Cisco. Learn more about how Cisco can help further your career!
“With Cisco, my incredible hiring leader… had no difficulty seeing how I could add unique perspective joining from a different region and how my skills and past experiences would add value to the team. If you are doubting your ability to move internationally – remember a passion for developing and caring for others means the same thing no matter where in the world you work.” – Madison E., People & Communities Country Consultant for the United Kingdom & Ireland Madison has worked with 10 different teams at Cisco over the last 7 years, and now she shares how she became a Cisco expat from Raleigh, NC to London. Read more on her journey and learn her tips! #WeAreCisco #Careers