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Adobe Student Rep Program Expands to Sweden, Germany, UK, Australia, and Japan

lukeThis fall, Adobe is inviting students from different corners of the world to become Adobe Student Reps on their respective campuses. Over 350 (and counting) students have already joined this global community of young creatives.

Student representatives help uncover the endless possibilities of Creative Cloud by showcasing how Adobe tools can help one stand out inside and outside of the classroom. For example, reps involved in last year’s pilot program engaged with students in a variety of different ways to fulfill creative needs on-campus:

  • At University of Massachusetts, our spring rep guided a Ski & Snowboard club through the process of producing a better stunt video using Premiere Pro and After Effects CC.
  • At Cornell, a rep helped his business fraternity members make a lasting first impression at the upcoming career fair with business cards and resumes created with InDesign CC.
  • At Stanford, our spring rep taught a freshman dorm some key enhancements for Facebook photos using Photoshop CC.

Adobe also launched a Back to School campaign called, “Make it with Creative Cloud,” which is enhanced by the student reps as they actively document their content creation processes and encourage other students on campus to “make it” with Creative Cloud. They also share and celebrate completed projects by using the #madethis hashtag. Leveraging the power of social media, student representatives amplify enthusiasm generated by their on-campus events and grassroots activities and inspire students around the world to think about how Creative Cloud can give them an edge in school and in life.

We’re excited to be expanding this program nationally and piloting internationally to include up to 1000 Student Reps total. Please join us in spreading the word by encouraging college students you know to visit adobe.com/go/student_rep to submit an application.

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