Adobe Internship

 
Adobe Internships
5.00 out of 5

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San Francisco, CA
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Adobe

Internship Overview
Internship Rating (Avg): 5.00 out of 5
4 Intern Reviews
Avg Adobe Intern Salary: $48.00 per hour
3 Intern Salaries
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Adobe Internship Program Information

Adobe offers paid internships across all business units with a focus on technology students. Internships are offered in San Fracisco, San Jose, Seattle, Newton (MA), and Ottawa.

Internship Perks

Adobe internship perks include: Competitive salary and holiday pay Fun social events and recreational activities Participation in company meetings and events Opportunity to establish valuable career contacts Employee discount on Adobe products

About Adobe

Adobe is changing the world through digital experiences. We help our customers create, deliver, and optimize compelling content and applications — improving the impact of their communications, enhancing their brands and productivity, and ultimately bringing them greater business success. Get a taste of the real world. Adobe internships provide valuable work experience to enhance your academic pursuits. As an intern, you'll be involved in exciting team projects with some of the most talented people at Adobe. You will learn from the best while working in a fun and creative environment. And yes, you will get paid. Internships are available for BS/MS/PhD students in computer science, computer engineering, mathematics, and similar technical majors. Programming experience is a must. Typical technical internships include: software engineer, software quality engineer, information systems, user interface engineer, and computer scientist. MBA internship positions are available for MBA students with a technical undergraduate degree. Previous experience is required; experience in the software industry is highly preferred. Typical MBA internships include: product manager, product marketing manager, strategic/business analyst, financial analyst, and human resources analyst. Nonengineering internships are available for business students with strong communication skills and a passion for technology in the following support organizations: customer support, finance, human resources, marketing, and legal.

Internship Resources & Links

Adobe Internships: here
3 Adobe Intern Salaries
Adobe Product Intern: $48/hour
Emerging Creative Technologies Intern: $5,210/month
MBA Business Development intern: $5,000/month
4 Adobe reviews posted anonymously by former interns:
"It's not just a tech place"
Position: Corporate Social Responsibility Intern
Location: San Jose, CA
Duration: 12 weeks
Review posted on 3/2/2011
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Pros:

I spent my summer with the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) team. My projects included organizing the inaugural Green Fair, an event showcasing what Adobe is doing as a company to help the environment and what Adobe employees can do
at home to live a more “green” life.

The great part about interning at Adobe is you feel like you’re making a real contribution to the organization. You’re given an assignment then allowed to take your time and see it through to completion.

Advice for other students:

Awesome summer.
 
"I worked on the Dreamweaver team"
Position: Adobe Product Intern
Location: San Jose, CA
Pay: $48/hour
Duration: 12 weeks
Review posted on 3/2/2011
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Pros:

You’re given a problem, and then let loose to find ways to solve it – interns are given a lot of freedom, which is very enjoyable.

I learned how to better organize and prioritize your work, and how to communicate more efficiently with your team members prove to be invaluable assets. My intern work revolved around the Dreamweaver product.

Advice for other students:

Loved this. I'm full-time at Adobe now.
 
"Monetization project and learned from other Adobe employees"
Position: Emerging Creative Technologies Intern
Location: San Francisco, CA
Pay: $5,210/month
Duration: 10 weeks
Review posted on 3/2/2011
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Pros:

I analyzed new monetization strategies for future creative services, online applications and online creative communities, all critical to Adobe’s growing Software as a Service (SaaS) model.

I’ve never met people who are more passionate about what they do than when I was at Adobe. They’re also really interesting people, and I think they have to be because they serve such creative customers.

Cons:

nope.

Advice for other students:

Apply early and show that you have technical knowledge, even if you aren't a master programmer. It matters that you can understand things technically, even if you are a business major.
 
"At Adobe they use intern's work"
Position: MBA Business Development intern
Location: San Jose, CA
Pay: $5,000/month
Duration: 12 weeks
Review posted on 3/2/2011
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Pros:

I chose Adobe because of the collaborative effort that employees put into building a supportive and caring culture. It is really a constructive place to work and further your career! I really love the fact that my contributions as an intern are utilized in real-time deliverables. You are a real member of the team.

Cons:

none

Advice for other students:

This was an MBA non-technical internships, so the tech experience may be different.
 
 
 

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