At RUBY, we are passionate about the #stayRUBY movement, our readers, our employees and our interns. We work hard, have fun and roll our sleeves up to make the beauty of RUBY happen. Read below to see important deadlines and the internship opportunities available at RUBY. We welcome undergraduate and graduate students to apply.
WHY INTERN AT RUBY?
At RUBY, our mission is to advocate for women to live as their authentic selves. As an intern, you will use your skills to advance that mission. Each intern role has clearly defined responsibilities and considerable face time with our C-level team. You will learn about a specific area of the business and gain experience that will help you envision what you want to do full-time after you graduate. RUBY Internships are designed to help you gain clarity on your purpose and professional goals.
HOW DO WE EVALUATE INTERN APPLICANTS?
We look for interns who are aligned with our mission, eager to learn and excited to contribute. Our expectation is that interns will be enthusiastic about mastering their responsibilities. We aim to give you strong work experience so that you finish with a better idea of your long-term professional goals.
If the job "content creator" lights you up, then you are the person for this role! Expect to attend lots of creative brainstorming sessions, write a lot, use some Canva skills, and engage with our amazing growing community.
Social Media Intern -- assist in developing content and managing customer communication on Instagram & Tik Tok
Communications Intern -- assist in developing content for multiple marketing channels (i.e. email, podcast, text, website, etc.)
Partnerships Intern -- manage the pipeline of sponsorship opportunities at RUBY.
Interns are expected to work 10 hours per week, M-F. This is a remote position. This is an unpaid/for-credit internship opportunity.
> Apply by December 3, 2021
> Winter 2022: January 3 - March 25, 2022
What's next? Apply and we will follow-up within 48 hours with next steps.
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