Hello, Universities!

Adobe Booth - See you on campus!

Adobe Booth – See you on campus!

Now that our summer interns are back at school, we’re on the hunt for Adobe’s future interns and employees. This week we kick off an exciting fall recruiting season, with on-campus interviews, movie nights, career fairs, presentations, conferences, and networking events all over the U.S. At some schools, we’ll even be rolling out Adobe refueling stations and giving out free grub (tacos, anyone?) to help get you through stressful midterm and finals weeks. So keep your eyes peeled for the Adobe taco truck, and come hungry.

The universities on our itinerary include:
• Brigham Young University (undergraduate and Marriott School of Management)
• Brown University
• Carnegie Mellon University
• Cornell University
• Massachusetts Institute of Technology (undergraduate and Sloan School of Management)
• Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management
• Stanford University (undergraduate and Graduate School of Business)
• Santa Clara University
• UC Berkeley (undergraduate and Haas School of Management)
• UCLA (undergraduate and Anderson School of Management)
• University of Chicago (undergraduate and Booth School of Management)
• University of Michigan
• University of Texas at Austin (undergraduate and McCombs School of Business)
• University of Washington
• Vanderbilt University

We have lots of events planned, so check the university recruiting calendar for details or our list of career opportunities. And bring your questions—we’re happy to tell you anything you want to know about working at Adobe. We hope to see you soon. If you happen to miss us at one of our events, stay connected by subscribing to our e-newsletter.

Comments

  1. stella Agada

    Hope you hire non computer majors, I will graduating with Human Science major by August 5th 2013.

    • Natalie Kessler (Adobe Life Editor)

      We have a variety of career opportunities at Adobe. Do browse through the opportunities on our career site (www.adobe.com/careers) to identify areas that may be of interest to you.