After only six weeks at Adobe, I’ve come to learn that our work is not just a drop in a bucket (yes, even as an intern). The reason for this is because Adobe’s work doesn’t stop in the “office” or when I clock out for the day. It continues in our day-to-day, in our conversations, our contributions to society, and in our communities. It’s uplifting our peers and always challenging ourselves to do better.
Dedicated onboarding and training of Adobe’s solutions, tools, sales skills, and processes and 1:1 mentoring and shadowing
Building Adobe pipeline by working with account teams, researching account and contacts, building strategic messaging and reaching out to customers
Team competitions and events held throughout the summer to encourage teamwork, networking, and relationship building
National Intern Summit held at Adobe Headquarters in San Jose, including ASA-specific sessions incorporating case competitions, storytelling competitions and team building activities.
Learning from Adobe’s top sellers and leaders through weekly roundtables and networking events