January 20, 2014

Students: Become an Adobe rep

Back in college—in the daaark days for Apple (the lose-$700MM+-in-a-quarter days)—I was an Apple student rep, driving around a minivan full of swag & hipping people to the technologies I loved. It was a bumpy time, but the work experience complemented what I learned in school.

Students these days have a chance to learn while helping fellow students discover new creative power. Check this out:

What you’ll get:

  • Serious résumé building, featuring hands-on marketing, event planning, and social media experience with one of the world’s top brands
  • Opportunities to develop relationships with campus leaders and expand your network
  • Adobe swag and performance-based incentives
  • Complimentary Creative Cloud membership
  • Top reps will be eligible for additional incentives such as gift cards, portfolio reviews, and features on Adobe Students’ social channels

The ideal Adobe Student Rep:

  • Is creative and entrepreneurial, with strong online and offline social networks
  • Has a deep knowledge of and passion for Adobe creative applications
  • Is able to work independently to meet deadlines and reporting requirements

General responsibilities include:

  • Planning and executing at least one Adobe product training workshop
  • Promoting workshops through word-of-mouth marketing 
  • Forming partnerships with relevant campus organizations
  • Social media support and amplification

You can apply here. [Update: Evidently the program only exists in the US right now.]

Posted by John Nack at 10:30 PM on January 20, 2014

Comments

  • Franck Payen — 2:32 AM on January 23, 2014

    Hey John, just found the faq on the program, it mentions : Currently the program is available in the United States, Sweden, Germany, United Kingdom, Canada, and Australia. Do you know if (and who) would have plans to open it to France and Belgium ?

    [Good catch, Franck; I should update the post. I’m afraid I haven’t heard of any expansion plans (which is not to say that they don’t exist). –J.]

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