For Grads

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Learning benefits

Graduate education reimbursement

Reimbursable funds for recently completed University degrees & approved certifications.

This reimbursement fund was designed for grads just like you! Make sure to take advantage of it ASAP.

Benefit page
Info session recording
Download the policy [PDF]
Check out the FAQs [PDF]

Education reimbursement

Funds to continue further education.

Inside Adobe page
Download the policy [PDF]
Submission instructions
Check out the FAQs [PDF]

Professional development reimbursement

Funds for conferences, workshops, webinars, business-related books, language courses, professional memberships, etc. related to your career growth.

Inside Adobe page
Submission instructions


On-demand learning platforms
Course qualification checker
U.S. accredited institutions
Approved certifications [PDF]

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Working from home

COVID-19 work-from-home fund

Funds for WFH equipment.

WFH fund details
Submit expenses through Concur

Internet access reimbursement

Funds for internet coverage.

Inside Adobe page
Submission instructions

Returning to office

Office re-entry plan
Future of work plan

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Financial benefits

Employee Stock Purchase Plan (ESPP)

You can purchase company stock at a discounted price.

For more information, visit Inside Adobe.

Restricted Stock Units (RSUs)

Restricted stock or securities are company shares issued to an employee through a vesting plan and distribution schedule after achieving required performance milestones or upon remaining with their employer for a particular length of time.

For more information, view the Adobe RSU example video and the Inside Adobe page.

401(k) retirement plan

A 401(k) is a company-sponsored retirement savings account that you contribute to, and the company also makes a matching contribution. The money can be is invested into a mix of stocks, bonds and other investments and you can begin withdrawing the money when you reach age 59½. A 401(k) has both a loan and hardship option, should you need to access some of your balance, in advance of retirement. For more information, view the 401(k) page.

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Health & wellbeing benefits

Wellbeing perks

Wellness reimbursement

Yearly funds for fitness equipment, devices, classes, gym memberships, nutritional counseling, etc.

Reinvest in your current wellness hobbies or explore new ones utilizing your funds for a wide variety of eligible expenses such as sports facility memberships, Apple Watches, sports equipment from yoga mats to golf clubs, meditation classes, sports apps, massages, art supplies, and more.

For more information, view the Wellness Reimbursement Program page.

Employee assistance program (EAP)

Confidential, short term counseling services and additional work and life resources, available 24/7 up to 10 sessions per year.

Sign up for your first session
Benefit page

Virtual fitness classes

Our wellness centers powered by Exos are offering virtual exercise classes every day, including Zumba, various forms of yoga, barre, HIIT, cardio and more.

Stay up to date on the #sanjose-wellness, #sf-wellness and #lehi-wellness Slack channels.

View the full class schedule

Virtual nutritionist

Meet with a registered dietitian for personalized general nutrition and lifestyle guidance. A registered dietitian can help with general wellness, preventative, and short-term wellness concerns. This is not intended to constitute medical advice or to diagnose a medical condition. Please refer to your primary care provider for diagnostic, chronic, and/or clinical issues.

Schedule initial appointment


Headspace: Join mindfulness and meditation app free.
Life Dojo: Join the behavior-changing, habit-forming app with the support of a free personal health coach.

Additional resources

Emotional wellbeing page
Physical wellbeing page

Health insurance plans

Health insurance

When is enrollment? If you don’t enroll in or opt out of health coverage within your first 15 days, you’ll automatically be enrolled for yourself only. After your first 15 days, you have two potential opportunities to change plans: during open enrollment in November or if you have an eligible life event such as getting married, having a baby, or other life events detailed here.

Enrollment site
Choosing a medical plan
ALEX, an interactive tool for plan selection

Health Savings Accounts (HSAs)

What is an HSA? A type of savings account that lets you set aside pretax money to pay for qualified medical expenses. HSA funds may vary on being used to pay premiums.

HSA page
Tip sheets and FAQs

Opting out

If you have access to health coverage through your parents or spouse and prefer to be on their plan, you can waive Adobe medical coverage and receive credit with proof of other coverage.

Additional resources

Aetna microsite
Kaiser microsite
Medical plans overview page
Medical plan guide [PDF]
Dental and vision plan guide [PDF]
Health Savings Plan (HSA) page
Medical Terms & Concepts video
Healthcare terms glossary

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