Opening doors to bright futures in tech.

At Adobe, our success comes from our employees — and our future depends on our ongoing ability to hire talented, passionate people who love what they do. That’s why we’re always working to expand access to education and real-world experience in the fields of technology and creative design.


Preparing youth for rewarding careers.

Adobe and the Adobe Foundation invest in a number of programs designed to make tech careers possible for people of all ages, income levels, and backgrounds.


Youth Coding Initiative
The goal of our Youth Coding Initiative is to make coding education a reality for underrepresented youth, ages 12 to 18, so they can discover rich career possibilities.
We also support organizations like ChicktechCity Year, Mission Bit, Hack the Hood, and Hispanic Heritage Foundation.

Adobe Project 1324
We created Project 1324 to give emerging artists, ages 13 to 24, the chance to connect, collaborate, and increase the visibility of their creative work.
National GEM Consortium
GEM enables underrepresented students to pursue graduate degrees in applied science and engineering, and we support GEM students with fellowships and summer internships.

Helping people transition to tech.

We’re working to help bright, motivated people who work in other fields make the move to careers in technology.


Adobe Digital Academy
Our Adobe Digital Academy provides nontraditional candidates with scholarships to attend web development education programs, the opportunity to interview for an internship with our engineering teams, and the possibility of full-time employment.

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