Software giant Adobe is responsible for a massive slate of regularly used programs, including Photoshop, Illustrator, Acrobat, InDesign, Audition, and Flash. Founded in 1982, Adobe has been at the forefront of software programming for decades, both by innovating new programs and acquiring smaller companies. The company looks for smart candidates who are future-facing when it comes to the company's services.
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How To Apply
To begin, create an Adobe Career Opportunities account and then upload your resume and build your profile. Be sure to select University and Intern (specify type) in the job fields.
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About the Program
Adobe interns work on business-critical projects, receive coaching and mentoring from top professionals, and gain practical job-learning experience and even Adobe certifications. Adobe has three dedicated internship programs:
Adobe Research - Master's and PhD Students
Interns partner directly with one or more researchers, as well as Adobe’s world-class product and design teams. Work by Adobe Research interns is presented at leading academic conferences and may be...
About the Company
At a Xerox Palo Alto research center around 1970, soon-to-be Adobe founders John Warnock and Chuck Geschke met and shared their work researching graphic systems and printing. It was a match made in heaven. The two decided to join forces and created Adobe in 1982 to innovate new and improved ways to print text and images. The company’s first product was PostScript, a software that allows a computer file to be printed in the exact form it appears on screen. PostScript remains the industry stand...