Corporate Social Responsibility
Adaptive is committed to caring for the communities where we live and work, from supporting programs that further equity in our field to fostering an environment where every Adapter can show up as their truest self.
Women in Immune Science (WISE) Award
At Adaptive, we’re committed to promoting the work of women scientists across the field of immune medicine. We believe more perspectives and diversity help us as a company and advance the field as a whole, improving millions of lives along the way.
We created the immunoSEQ Women in Immune Science (WISE) Award to drive this reality, offering one applicant a $15,000 research grant for sequencing each year.
Adaptive is proud to support STEM Path Innovations Network (SPIN) by providing financial support, mentorship, and hands-on experience to SPIN Girls Fellows—a program that prepares 11th and 12th grade girls of color in the Greater Seattle area for college and STEM careers with the mission of closing the opportunity gap in STEM education and increasing the number of women of color in STEM fields.
Employee Resource Groups
Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) create a sense of space and place for Adapters of all different identities and backgrounds—building a culture where we can all thrive. Our ERGs are inclusive; allies are welcome. Current ERGs include:
- Adaptive Pride
- Asian Pacific @ Adaptive
- Black Adapter Network (BAN)
- Environmental Sustainability @ Adaptive
- Veterans & Military @ Adaptive
- Women @ Adaptive
Adaptive and the Pride ERG celebrated receiving a score of 95 out of 100 on the Human Rights Campaign Foundation’s 2022 Corporate Equality Index (CEI), the nation’s foremost benchmarking survey and report measuring corporate policies and practices related to LGBTQ+ workplace equality
Environmental Sustainability @ Adaptive
Adaptive’s Seattle Headquarters has incredible rooftop space with plant beds with drip irrigation. The Environmental Sustainability @ Adaptive ERG contributes to and maintains a company garden. Adaptive made a donation to the University District Food Bank in 2022 from our first harvest.
Adaptive has participated in Obliteride since the event’s inception in 2013, collectively logging thousands of miles in support of this great cause. We’re proud to support the life-changing research happening at Fred Hutch to cure cancer faster.