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Creative/Digital Media Intern Interview

Anonymous Interview Candidate in San Jose, CA
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I applied through an employee referral. The process took 3+ monthsinterviewed at Adobe (San Jose, CA) in May 2012.


Super basic interview process, there was a phone interview with a recruiter which was a joke, and then there was a phone interview with the team I would end up working with. They seemed to act like I already had a job, which is something I had heard from most other people I worked with.

One thing to note, the University Recruiting team could have done a much better job. One person in particular wouldn't respond to emails ever—I had to be very very proactive. If they aren't responding to your emails it might not be because they aren't interested, they are just a bit incompetent.

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It was an internship at a dream company, so I wasn't interested in negotiating even though I'm pretty sure that isn't something you can do.

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