When we say our employees explore their passions here, we make sure to enable them to do so. For our interns, this means helping them explore avenues where they can steer their career towards. This is why so many of our interns go on to stay at Adobe, where they continue to grow and develop.
This is the case for one such employee, who started off as an intern, and is now the first Hardware Research Engineer on the Adobe Research team. Starting off in 2015 as an intern through the GEM Fellowship Program, TJ Rhodes made the most of his internship and, as he likes to call it, “the long interview process.”
What’s next in TJ’s journey with Adobe Research? Check out the full story here.