11 September 2009

Adobe, gearing up for late Fall applications

Adobe's familiar logos include this one from Adobe's corporate headquarters. The software company offers internships to BS/MS/PhD students. The areas are programming, business, and a specialized MBA area, too.

The Adobe Summer Internship web page is part of the company's web site on University Recruiting. For summer internships, the application season begins in late Fall. Positions range from the technical (programming) to the non-engineering (customer service, marketing, etc.). Like many corporate intern sites, Adobe pays a salary to student workers as well as "employment-like" features such as holiday pay and recreation activity.

Apply early to this company and consider the timeline as a hint about when you should start looking into other corporate possibilities.

The content on this blog is not offered as legal advice or guidance. Consult your college, advisor, or internship supervisor for help with issues surrounding internships. © 2009 Mary Bold, PhD, CFLE. Dr. Bold is a co-author of the book Reflections: Preparing for your Practicum or Internship, geared to college interns in the child, education, and family fields. More about Dr. Bold can be learned at www.marybold.com

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