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Our Mission

Ruminate is a community of creators cultivating authentic selves, nourishing conversations & spiritually sustaining life together through action & art.

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Our Vision

Ruminate will continue to extend its connections to artists, organizations, & members of the local and wider community, remaining rooted in its values of spirit, abundance & wholeness.

Ruminate Marketing Intern

Hours: 5-10 hours weekly in the summer; 4 hours weekly during the school year (unpaid)

Commitment: We do require our interns to commit to a one-year internship. This internship can be done remotely. We encourage our interns to create a balance between interning, school and paid
employment opportunities to help create that balance and ask our interns to work a maximum of 10 hours per week.
Summary objective of the Marketing Intern:

The Marketing Intern primarily assists with coordinating marketing materials, formatting posts and emails, and coordinating web updates for Ruminate, a nonprofit, ad-free magazine. This job requires initiative and inquisitiveness, strong oral and writing skills, a keen eye for efficiency and improvement, a creative mind that actively seeks out new ideas and solutions and practical ways to implement them, a heart for all that Ruminate represents, and a sense of humor.

Responsibilities:

● Coordinate the marketing calendar
● Format marketing materials in Mailchimp and Sprout Social
● Update and coordinate changes and updates to the website
● Some marketing writing/social media management

Expect to Learn:

● To create and manage marketing copy, images, posts, and emails including Mailchimp journeys and salesforce workflows
● To maintain and coordinate marketing campaigns, timelines, and calendars
● Some copywriting and graphic design
● To update and maintain a website and landing pages

Please email your cover letter and resume to Amanda Hitpas at amanda@ruminatemagazine.org.

Ruminate Customer Service Intern

Hours: 5-10 hours weekly in the summer; 4 hours weekly during the school year (unpaid)

Commitment: We do require our interns to commit to a one-year internship. This internship can be done remotely and provides on the job Salesforce training. We encourage our interns to create a balance between interning, school and paid employment opportunities and ask our interns to work a maximum of 10 hours per week. You may be able to earn credits from your university for this internship.


Summary objective of the Customer Service Intern:
The Customer Service Intern primarily assists with customer service emails, processing orders, and managing sales and subscription records in Salesforce for Ruminate, a nonprofit, ad-free magazine. This job requires initiative and inquisitiveness, strong oral and writing skills, a keen eye for efficiency and improvement, a creative mind that actively seeks out new ideas and solutions and practical ways to implement them, a heart for all that Ruminate represents, and a sense of humor, which goes a long way in working with a small arts nonprofit on tight deadlines and tight budgets.

Responsibilities:
  • Process weekly orders and send those on to our fulfillment warehouse
  • Answer customer inquiries regarding subscriptions and other order related issues
  • Processing abandoned cart recovery emails
  • Update and manage salesforce records related to subscriptions and store orders and run customer segmentation reports, lifecycle stages, and workflows
  • Ensure complete record capture through Zapier
  • Process e-journal orders, subscriptions, and e-journal uploads to Issuu
  • Process updated credit card information, cancelations, & address changes
  • Manager subscription databases through Bold and PayPal
Expect to Learn:
  • Salesforce data entry and process management
  • To create and manager campaigns and workflows for subscriptions and store orders
  • To engage and retain customers
  • To create and run the mailfile for each issue
  • To audit fields and run reports in salesforce

Please email your cover letter and resume to Amanda Hitpas at amanda@ruminatemagazine.org.