Sunday is National Coming Out Day and in honor of, we share a powerful story from Erica Marsha Bougard, an American heptathlete and part of the Nike BeTrue campaign, about her coming out journey.
You Can't Stop Our Voice.
Nike and Adobe are partnering on the Adobe Analytics Challenge, the only collegiate competition where students get a chance to work with real data to solve a real business challenge. Learn more, including how to watch the finals live on November 17.
In response to the recent wildfires in Oregon, the Nike Apparel community came together and donated more than 30,000 apparel, accessories and footwear product samples to help families and communities in need across the state. It was an incredible effort over the past month led by a few passionate teammates – and just one example of employees coming together to support our home state. Nike encourages all employees to volunteer and support the communities where they live and work.
Congratulations to our NIKE, Inc. Intern Class of 2020 on a great Summer. Learn more and apply for our Class of 2021.
Congratulations to our NIKE, Inc. Intern Class of 2020 on a great Summer. Learn more and apply for our Class of 2021
Jordan Brand is committed to creating actionable and impactful change to end systemic racism against Black people and all people of color. Hear our rally cry and join the conversation with our ongoing Jordan Real Talk content series airing October 7 on YouTube. Hosted by social commentator and political analyst Angela Rye, Jordan Real Talk will feature a range of voices that include Jordan family athletes and influencers, journalists, social justice experts, and community activists.
You won on your own but you played for many. Congratulations to Nike Court athlete Naomi Osaka on this weekend’s win.
Nike Community Stores hire 85% of our teammates from within a 3-mile radius of the store. Last week we opened our eighth in North America: Watts Community Store, located in South Los Angeles. Three local organizations each received grants from Nike, and we had a chance to speak to our newest teammates including Robert Garcia, Lead; Kacie Anderson, Assistant Head Coach; and Louis Enriquez, Store Athlete (left to right). Robert Garcia: "I have been a Nike Community Ambassador for the past 4 years now and I have seen firsthand the type of impact a store can have in the surrounding community." Kacie Anderson: "Working for Nike is an honor, but having the opportunity to make an immediate, meaningful impact and amplify the values of the Nike brand through sport and community activity in Watts, gives me all the warm fuzzies." Louis Enriquez: "Playing football growing up showed me the importance of teamwork, trust and executing a plan designed to help the team win." We're hiring across all our Retail Locations globally. Click to apply.
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