JobsOhio and The Ohio State University Partner on International Business Program

21 Sep 2020

One of the primary needs for businesses looking to invest and expand is a sizable and skilled workforce. Many companies cite the caliber of workforce as their reason for investing in Ohio. More than 300 higher education campuses across the state graduate over 170,000 students annually. Ohio is also a top 10 state in the competitive labor environment as well as leading workforce development programs.

JobsOhio continually invests in initiatives to increase education and innovation in the state in order to create a workforce that’s competitively advantageous to companies.

In partnership with The Ohio State University Max M. Fisher College of Business, JobsOhio helped to facilitate projects as part of the Global Applied Projects (GAP) program. GAP is an experiential learning course that prepares Master of Business Administration (MBA) students at Fisher for international business careers through immersive, hands-on consulting experiences with companies located around the world.

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