As a high school teacher from Chicago, I have seen the AYV program in action and I know that it can have a profound effect on students and teachers.
Adobe understands that sometimes being heard is everything.
Our third international Adobe Youth Voices (AYV) Summit kicks off on August 12, bringing teens and educators from 23 countries worldwide together in Santa Clara, California, to celebrate creative thinking and harness their digital media skills for positive social change.
The 2013 AYV Summit is only a week away! This year, we invited social journalist and Adobe employee Matt Rozen to talk to the students about using social media to amplify their work and connect with others.
Our 2013 Adobe Youth Voices Summit is quickly approaching and we’re celebrating creativity with a Twitter Chat featuring: AYV Summit Creative Pros, social journalist Matt Rozen, comedian Baratunde Thurston, and YOU!
The 2013 AYV Summit is quickly approaching and the team is preparing for an awesome week in San Jose celebrating the Adobe Youth Voices program. Over 70 youth and 33 educators from around the world will be joining us to work on media projects and learn innovative techniques from creative professionals.
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2013 Aspire Awards judge Meredith Lavitt from the Sundance Institute shares her thoughts on the Aspire Awards.
April’s “Be Green” Month initiatives around the world.
Take a look at different Adobe offices around the world through Instagram.
Adobe has expanded its board of directors to 12 with the addition of Amy Banse, Frank Calderoni, and Laura Desmond, effective May 14, 2012.
Michelle Yates comes to Adobe from Warner Bros. Entertainment, where she developed, implemented, and oversaw the company’s corporate responsibility program. She joins Adobe at a special time of the year: during Community Action Month.
Adobe announces the release of its first quarterly Corporate Social Responsibility report — Adobe & Environmental Sustainability: an Adobe CSR Brief . This quarter's report focuses on Adobe's environmental sustainability goals and initiatives.
Adobe recently announced the availability of Adobe® LeanPrint, a new software technology that solves printing pain points in the enterprise and at home by automatically optimizing document layouts and managing toner output to reduce resource consumption and costs by an average of 40 percent for typical office documents.
At the GreenBiz Forum 12 in San Francisco, Adobe announced another step toward becoming net zero with the installation of two 200 kilowatt Bloom Energy fuel cells at its San Francisco offices. The fuel cells are expected to provide 35 percent of the offices' power needs, the equivalent of powering 320 homes.
Recently, Adobe Youth Voices announced a call for entries for the Adobe Youth Voices Aspire Awards, a new opportunity for youth worldwide to submit their most compelling digital work to an international, online media competition.
Adobe is the world's first business to achieve four Platinum-level certifications for energy and environmental design excellence.
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Here's a sneak peek into life at Adobe in the Bay Area.
Adobe has been recognized as one of the World's Most Ethical Companies by Ethisphere.
Adobe UK ranked No. 33 on this prestigious list and earned a two out of three star Best Companies Accreditation rating for demonstrating high levels of employee engagement.
Adobe has been recognized on Fortune’s “Best 100 Companies to Work For” list for 13 years.
The Adobe German team ranked No. 10 on the 2012 Germany’s Best Employers list among 275 companies in the category of 50 to 500 employees, based on employee research conducted by the Great Place to Work Institute.
The new Adobe sales office in Beijing, China, received a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold certification from the USGBC. It is Adobe's first LEED certification outside the United States. It is also one of only 24 LEED certifications in Beijing and one of only 160 LEED certifications in China.
Adobe has been ranked No. 31 among the greenest companies in the U.S. by Newsweek magazine.