Working at FIRE
With offices situated in the Old City section of Philadelphia next to Independence Hall and in the Capitol Hill area of Washington, D.C., metropolitan area, FIRE offers two lively working environments with a staff committed to defending student and faculty rights on college campuses across the country. FIRE’s working environment promotes a culture in which the employee will receive a well-rounded experience that familiarizes the individual not only with FIRE’s activities, but also with the philosophical and legal foundations of FIRE’s work. If you’re interested in working at FIRE, please see our open positions below.
The SUFS attorney will report to and work directly with FIRE’s Director of Litigation, in addition to corresponding with outside legal counsel, students, and faculty. Read more.
FIRE’s Washington, D.C. office is looking for an intern that will assist the communications team with daily media tracking and outreach duties. Read more.
The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) is pleased to formally announce a call for applications for its Legal Research Internship. Read more.