Cracking the diversity code.
Adobe’s Youth Coding Initiative works to address the shortage of programmers by providing educational opportunities to underrepresented youth.
Creativity as a way out.
Lalo Saavedra explains how having access to creative outlets and Adobe Youth Mentors helped him avoid gang life.
Creating coding opportunities for girls of color.
Kimberly Bryant, founder of Black Girls Code, discusses the mission of her organization and how partners like Adobe help promote diversity and empower youth in the technology space.
Closing the achievement gap with Urban Arts Partnership.
Adobe is proud to support UAP’s Project Code program, which gives underrepresented youth the opportunity to bring their creativity to life through game design.
Designing a better future.
Using his digital media skills, Sahil Kumar of New Delhi, India, overcame an impoverished childhood to pursue a career in graphic design.
Inspiring young people to consider STEM careers.
Iridescent trains engineers, scientists, and parents to help deliver STEM education to underserved youth, and Adobe supports its Technovation entrepreneurship program for middle and high school girls from around the world.
A green light for sustainability.
At Adobe, we find new ways to conserve natural resources in everything we do, and this inspires our employees to do great work.
Taking the Climate Pledge.
Adobe signed on to the White House's American Business Act on Climate Pledge to demonstrate our support for action on climate change.
Committing to renewable energy.
Adobe joined the Renewable Energy 100, a global initiative of influential businesses committed to 100% renewable electricity.
Partnering for positive outcomes.
Adobe’s employee Action Teams donate time and talent to community partners like San Francisco’s Edgewood Center for Children and Families.
Preserving human heritage.
Adobe supports CyArk’s mission to create a free, 3D digital library of the world’s endangered cultural heritage sites.
Mobilizing the talent of Adobe employees.
With the Adobe Pro Bono Initiative, employees lend their expertise in areas like technology, design, and marketing to address critical social issues. At the same time, they develop their knowledge and leadership skills in a new environment.