Adobe Systems

Adobe provides game changing innovations that redefine the possibilities of digital experiences. Adobe connects content and data and introduces new technologies that democratize creativity, shape the next generation of storytelling, and inspire entirely new categories of business.

What

Adobe Systems

Looks For

Adobe is looking for people who value their core beliefs in creativity, quality, and opportunity as well as creatives willing to grow and accelerate in careers. They are also looking for people who do well in a competitive environment; one of their values is “compete intensely and win”.

History of

Adobe Systems

The Photoshop and Adobe Cloud maker, has been a big hit on Wall Street in recent years, with the company’s shares reaching historic highs. But despite Adobe’s boom, the company still values work/life balance. Each year, Adobe shuts down for the weeks of July Fourth and Christmas, something that’s quite unusual for a Silicon Valley tech business. The company also offers unlimited PTO, 26 weeks’ paid leave for new mothers, and four- to six-week sabbaticals for every five years of service. Partners with teachers of America in order to expand the creative technology in rural and urban communities.

Adobe Systems

Internship Programs

Adobe Intern Program

The Adobe Internship Program welcomes interns to work alongside the tech industry’s biggest thinkers and innovators. Every year, Adobe hires over 1,000 interns and new grads worldwide for over 50 teams across 30+ locations worldwide. 

Types of Internships:

  • Software Development
  • Data Science
  • Research
  • Consulting
  • Design
  • Marketing

What it's like to Work at

Adobe Systems

Quick Facts

Entry-level careers:
Engineering
Marketing
Design (UI/UX)
Data / Analytics
Sales / Account Management
Finance
Operations
IT/IS
Customer Support / Success
Business Development / Corporate Development
Legal / Public Policy
industries
Tech
office locations
Greater San Francisco
Greater Los Angeles
Greater Boston
Greater Chicago
Greater Denver
Greater New York
Greater Seattle
Greater Portland
Greater DC

Internship Info

Number of interns (2022)
Preferred education level
Sophomore, Junior, and Senior
Perks
  • Intern Summits
  • Meet the CEO Event
  • Intern Project Expo
  • 24-Hour Gyms
  • Employee Networks and Clubs
  • Free Access to Adobe Software

Adobe Systems

Interview Process

1. Phone Screen with Recruiter

Typically lasts about 30 minutes. Recruiter reviews the role with the candidate to ensure a good fit and that interests and skills align with the role. Recruiters also typically ask behavioral questions.

2. Interview with Hiring Manager

Typically takes place via video conferencing with a potential manager. Hiring Manager typically asks more questions pertaining to the role specifically as well as the candidate’s prior experience and resume.

3. On-site Interview with members of the team

If all goes well with the first two interviews, the candidate is then invited to an in person interview with a few members of the potential team, so that the candidate can get to know the team culture.