New Albany, Ohio
Google is proud to call Ohio home to one of our data centers.
In November of 2019, Google officially broke ground on its $600 million data center in New Albany, Ohio. Once fully operational, our data center will employ a number of people in a variety of full-time and contractor roles, including computer technicians, engineers, and various food services, maintenance, and security roles.
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Google hires the most qualified individuals from around the world. We make it a priority to hire from the local community whenever possible because it’s good for business and the right thing to do.
We also seek to contract with local vendors whenever possible. If you are a vendor or are interested in providing a service to Google, please learn more on our supplier help website. You may also want to complete the Supplier Diversity Registration of Interest form.Find available positions at our data center
In the communityAt Google, we’re committed to playing a positive role in every community in which we operate around the world. Through grants and local initiatives that utilize our tools and expertise, we’re working to help businesses, educational institutions, community collaboratives, nonprofits, and individuals create and thrive in a sustainable, knowledge-based economy. We are always on the lookout for opportunities for Googlers to share their time and expertise with the local community.
Partnerships and events
Grow with Google has partnered with nearly 300 organizations in the state to train over 180,000 Ohioans on digital skills, including public libraries, chambers of commerce, and more.
Google is invested in expanding access to Google Career Certificates to help more people — particularly underserved — grow their careers. To date, the Google IT Support Professional Certificate has been implemented through 100+ community colleges and dozens of career technical education sites, including Cuyahoga Community College and Lorain County Community College. More than 4,300 Ohioans have enrolled in the program and 58 percent of people who take the Google IT Support Certificate course are Black, Latinx, women, or veterans.
Since 2019, we’ve awarded more than $1 million in grants to Ohio nonprofits and schools in areas that we’re passionate about, including science and technology education, carbon reduction, and access to the internet.
Learn more about our Data Center Community Grants program, eligibility criteria, and how to apply.
Green initiativesGoogle is also committed to creating a better web that's better for the environment. We welcome proposals from data center communities that reduce carbon emissions in the immediate region, including projects that increase the renewable energy mix powering our data centers. Applicants can be nonprofit or for-profit entrepreneurs. We look for cost of generation, innovation, and total carbon reduction. You can submit proposals to email@example.com.