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Corporate Partners

Boler College Corporate Partners

Graduates from John M. and Mary Jo Boler College of Business — including more than 700 company presidents and CEO’s — continue to play an oversized role in Northeast Ohio and in regions throughout the US for the business community and civic well-being.

Talent Attraction/Retention

In a global race for talent, attracting and retaining great Boler students (undergraduates and graduates) quickly translates into attracting and retaining the best possible accountants, finance and human resource managers, sales representatives, business analysts, marketing and supply chain specialists for Cleveland, Northeast Ohio and wherever our alumni call home.

The Boler Corporate Partners Program invites companies to invest in the future of their talent pool and the future prosperity of Cleveland and Northeast Ohio and regions beyond.

Thank you for your interest in Boler College of Business students. For more information, please contact Bob Stein, Executive in Residence: Leadership Development and Boler Professional Development Services, at rstein@jcu.edu.

Corporate Partners

Why Hire Boler?

  • CPA Pass Rates

    John Carroll University accountancy graduates ranked #1 in Ohio for overall pass rate for First Time takers for both the Auditing & Attestation (AUD) and the Financial Accounting & Reporting sections (for institutions with at least 10 takers).

  • Professional Development

    A $850,000 Parker Hannifin Foundation grant supports the Boler Professional Development Program, a key partnership to ensure that the Cleveland business community can compete in the global race for talent.

  • Cleveland Millennials Rising

    A Cleveland Foundation study (The Fifth Migration: A Study of Cleveland Millennials) reveals that Cleveland ranks eighth nationally in the concentration of highly-educated millennials in the workforce (those with a graduate degree). The study also shows a dramatic gain of millennials in Downtown Cleveland – a 76 percent increase in 25- to 34-year-old residents from 2000 to 2012.

Boler By The Numbers

#1 in nation for student work readiness and success (Source: Bloomberg 2016 “Best Undergraduate Business Schools” Employer Survey)
11,083 Boler College of Business alumni and potential friends
746 Boler College of Business alumni Presidents/CEO’s