When we started building software in 1991, doing what’s best for our employees and customers was second nature. As we’ve grown to a company of more than 2,200 strong, we are thankful that we have the opportunity make an even bigger impact on our communities as we sustain a culture that fosters generosity of spirit.
It’s our privilege to forge meaningful, long-term ties with the customers, partners, students, educators and non-profit organisations that shape our vision and values. These relationships make us who we are – a united, engaged workforce that is dedicated to being a positive presence around the globe.
Hyland encourages and empowers employees to support the organisations that mean the most to them. We offer 12 hours per year of paid volunteer time off, non-profit organisation board-matching to help them align skill sets and interests with local organisations, and gift-matching that helps their donations go even further.
We’re proud of our relationships with programs and organisations that have a direct impact on our communities, including Adopt-a-Family, the Red Cross, United Way, Business Volunteers Unlimited, The Centers for Families and Children and the Cleveland Food Bank.
Each year, hundreds of Hylanders roll up our sleeves and work together on a large revitalisation project. What started at our headquarters in Northeast Ohio has become a tradition at our offices around the world.
The annual 5K Run and 1 Mile Walk to benefit MetroHealth is an opportunity for us to get together, be active and support our Cleveland-area non-profit public health care system.
Learn more at the official Hermes Hy-5 site.
At Hyland, we’re always looking ahead. We strive to create opportunities for the next generation of innovative minds through education, mentoring and support. Hyland engages future IT professionals with youth competitions, camps, clubs and field trip opportunities.
Learn more about Hy-Tech Outreach Programs.
Students in 7th through 12th grades are introduced to a range of technology topics like coding and software testing to help them explore different areas within the tech industry and remove barriers and preconceptions that may have prevented them from exploring their areas of interest.
Students meet each week after school to learn about new tech concepts and work on projects to present at the end of the semester.
High school and college students spend a weekend at Hyland headquarters working on tech projects and competing for prizes.
Teams from schools across Northeast Ohio compete to come up with the most innovative concept that can solve a real-world problem
Students who want to learn more about a career in the software industry have the opportunity to get a glimpse into life at Hyland’s headquarters.
Our philanthropic focus is on supporting proven non-profit organisations and programmes that:
We accept donation/sponsorship requests for our employee-inspired grants on a rolling basis.Contact Us