About Hyland

Welcome to #HylandLife

Hyland is a software company that thrives on new ideas and diverse perspectives. Since 1991, it has been our mission to help our employees, customers and partners exceed their potential with our industry-leading content services platform.

The #HylandLife hashtag encompasses our employee-centric culture. Our employees live our culture day in and day out by bringing their best self to work. Hyland supports them to do just that through career development resources, wellbeing programs, innovation practices and by fostering a positive, inclusive workplace.

As we’ve grown to a company of nearly 4,000 strong, we have the opportunity to make a significant impact on our communities. We strongly support employee initiatives and align our giving campaigns and programs to organizations that are important to them.

Internship 2022 Blog:

Hear from our Summer 2020 interns!

Check out this blog from a current intern!


Process Engineer Intern

May 2023 - August 2023 Westlake, OH
“A large company environment that provided numerous opportunities for social networking and experience. I met lots of new people who helped me grow personally and professionally. I learned new software and how I can help others with that software through projects and personal experiences. Overall, the company embraced flexibility and friendliness more than any other work environment I have worked in.”

Human Resources Intern

June 2021 - August 2021 Westlake, OH
“Hyland is all about working in teams, which I personally enjoyed. There are also spaces and opportunities to work independently as well. The spirit and mentality of the company really is community-oriented. It was great to be surrounded by supportive and talented employees that often stopped what they were doing to help me. Hyland really does care about its employees, even down to the intern level. They host many seminars to attend where you have the opportunity to hear from high profile Hyland staff & also planned many intern social events so that the interns could form their own sense of community. ”
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