Student Network Day @ Cisco Live
Student Network Day at Cisco Live
Cisco Corporate Responsibility in Action
Cisco invests in scalable and self-sustaining programs that use technology to meet some of society’s biggest challenges. Our commitment to increasing global access to education will be amplified at Cisco Live 2015 during a free day of education and engagement for 600+ local college students interested in technology.
College students in the San Diego area are invited to Cisco Live for a special day of learning and mentorship.
In the 1980’s they said it was “who you know” that helped us succeed in life. In the 90’s it was “what you know” that defined our success. Today, it’s not only who you know and what you know, but also how you connect and use technology to innovate across everything.
Simply put, each of us relies on networks every day of our lives, both human and technological. As we mature our networks grow larger becoming more complex, more complete and more essential. This is what Cisco knows best and it’s why our largest corporate social responsibility program, Networking Academy, is hosting a day specifically for you with valuable education sessions and networking opportunities.
Come and learn from industry leaders how the Internet of Everything is changing how the world works, lives, plays and learns. Understand how this is influencing jobs, how we give back to society, and how you can be best prepared as the future innovators of the world.
Ladies, you play a special role in the future of technology. Come learn why and how you can set yourself apart as an innovator in almost any career.
Over 20,000 IT professionals from around the world come to Cisco Live to learn and train and you can be among them. By registering you will be able to visit the World of Solutions to discover technology solutions from over 200 exhibitors.
To register, you must be:
- At least 18 years old by June 8, 2015
- Currently or soon to be enrolled in college
- Interested in your future, in technology and the role technology will play in your career
Date and Time
Student Network Day @ Cisco Live
Cisco Live San Diego 2015
Date and Time to be announced
Attendance is limited and will be accommodated on a first-come, first-serve basis. Lunch will be provided to confirmed attendees.
Agenda to be announced.
Speakers to be announced.
Thank you to our executive sponsors for the event:
Senior Vice President, Corporate Affairs, Cisco
Tae Yoo is the Senior Vice President of Cisco’s corporate social responsibility (CSR) vision. As a 20-year veteran of Cisco, Ms. Yoo’s insight and business acumen have enabled Cisco to collaborate across government, business, and non-governmental organization (NGO) sectors for tangible social benefit. Her leadership has helped make Cisco Networking Academy one of the largest education programs in the world, recognized globally for its innovative approach to providing ICT skills education. Today, Networking Academy engages more than 4 Million students in over 160 countries. Ms. Yoo is a trustee of the Cisco Foundation, sits on the board of Business for Social Responsibility and Aspen Institute’s advisory board for the Franklin project. She was Co-Chair of the World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Council on Education Systems. She has also served on the City Year National board and the Smithsonian National Museum of the American History board, as well as the advisory boards of the Global Philanthropy Forum and the Women’s Technology Cluster.
Vice President, Corporate Affairs, Cisco and Executive Sponsor: Net Academy
For more than 20 years, Harbrinder has provided networking and telecommunications leadership to organizations ranging from Silicon Valley startups to Fortune 100 companies. Harbrinder engages audiences globally on topics ranging from IoE (Internet of Everything) for social benefit, to the Network Effect and its impact in CSR, to the future of collaboration technologies.
Harbrinder currently leads the Cisco Corporate Affairs team responsible for delivering Cisco’s longest-running, most globally-scaled and highest impact CSR program, the Cisco Networking Academy. The Academies provide ICT education to more than one million students in over 166 countries each year. In this role, he is responsible for strategic development, growth and evolution of Networking Academy’s delivery platform, NetSpace. Transforming and extending this scalable platform to leverage the power of connection, collaboration and innovation, this game-changing engine for social impact will empower global problem solvers to generate exponential impact, and deliver shared value for Cisco.