News | Business First honors eSchoolView with Corporate Caring Award

June 2014

Business First honors eSchoolView with Corporate Caring Award

business first corporate caring award Columbus' Business First newspaper honored eSchoolView with its prestigious annual Corporate Caring Award for making significant contributions to others.

An excerpt from Business First Journal: 

Exposing children to the wide variety of career options is a daunting task for school districts. At eSchoolView, associates look for ways to familiarize students with the skills necessary for careers designing and building websites.

When the Columbus-based company creates a new site for a school district, it invites students to attend training sessions on how to operate it. "The company also awards scholarships that require students to hone computer skills," said Executive Director Rob O’Leary.

During the 2013-14 school year, eSchoolView worked with Hannah Ashton Middle School in Reynoldsburg to develop a coding class for eighth-graders. "The class would not exist without eSchoolView," said Tricia Moore, Director of Partnerships and Shared Services for the district.