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The World’s Largest Classroom Cisco Networking Academy Impact Since 1997

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  1. The World’s Largest Classroom Cisco Networking Academy Impact Since 1997 COUNTRIES WORLDWIDE 165 INSTRUCTORS WORLDWIDE20,000 + STUDENTS WORLDWIDE 4 Million + ONLINE EXAMS TAKEN100 Million + ACADEMIES WORLDWIDE 10,000 + LANGUAGES19 Quarterly Metrics as of 10.31.12

  2. National and Regional ImpactUnited States and Virginia Virginia U.S. Academy Students since inception Active Academy Students Active Female Students Active Institutions Partnering with Cisco Active Academy Instructors Congressional Districts Participating In-Kind Contribution Value since inception 28,529 1,035,524 4,397 151,231 16% 15% 61 1,935 110 3,693 11 of 11 425 of 436 $13.4 M $460.48 M Quarterly Metrics as of 10.31.12

  3. County Map Virginia 3 4 1 Arlington Fairfax Loudoun 1 1 5 1 Manassas Warren Alexandria Shenandoah • Active Academies (all curricula): academies that have taught a class with at least three students within the last twelve months Active Students 4,397 Active Academies 61 5 Source:  Quarterly Metrics as of 10.31.12 Prince William 1 Stafford 3 Fredericksburg 1 Spotsylvania 2 Richmond 1 Alleghany 1 3 Lynchburg Chesterfield 1 1 Appomattox 1 1 Buchanan Bedford Roanoke 1 2 Campbell 1 Hampton Tazewell 2 2 Newport News 2 Wise 1 Franklin 1 Norfolk Wythe 2 Pittsylvania 1 4 1 Washington Scott Virginia Beach Lee 1 2 Bristol Danville

  4. Post-Secondary** Secondary* 52% of academies 43% of students 15% of academies 13% of students Active Students 4,397 Active Academies 61 Tertiary^ • Active Academies (all curricula): academies that have taught a class with at least three students within the last twelve months 30% of academies 38% of students Ed Level DistributionVirginia * Grades 6-12, ** typically 2-3 yr colleges, ^ typically 4 yr universities

  5. Top Academies Pyramid Virginia 2% 46% of Active Students 13% 13% 28% 61 Active Academies 4,397*Active Students 21% 5% Source: 10.31.12 Academy Briefing Book * Tier I Quarterly 10.31.12 Quarterly Metrics as of 10.31.12 Active means “over the past 12 months”

  6. ICT Job ProjectionsUnited States and Virginia

  7. ICT Job Search Results, June 2013 *CLN = Cisco Learning Network, https://learningnetwork.cisco.com

  8. Student Career OutcomesUSA and Virginia • 3,959 Surveys • out of 201,131 total CCNA 4+ students in U.S. • 95 Surveys • out of 5,820 total CCNA 4+ students in VA Other Opportunities Receive a scholarship Receive financial reward Complete an internship or practicum Receive recognition or award Obtain IT certification Make contacts in IT Increase conference participation Other Job Opportunities Obtain a new job Obtain a better job or higher status* Obtain increased job responsibilities* Obtain a higher salary Education Opportunities Pursue more education Decide on a program of study Pursue higher degree than intended Source: ERS data as of May 2013 * Includes students already employed