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., 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 Faculty Outreach Fellow will be primarily responsible for expanding FIRE’s network of faculty members interested in and concerned for freedom of speech and academic freedom in higher education, and organizing two annual conferences around these topics. Read more.
The Archival Fellow will be primarily responsible for cataloging and analyzing data collected from FIRE’s archive of submissions from students and faculty members seeking individual assistance. Read more.
The Legal and Legislative Policy Advocate will work with policymakers nationwide to further FIRE’s legislative goals at the state and federal level. Read more.
The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) is pleased to announce a call for applications for our Summer 2017 Legal Internship. Read more.
FIRE offers an eight-week, paid Summer Internship as part of our efforts to educate students about their rights at colleges and universities. This internship gives current undergraduates the opportunity to assist FIRE in defending civil liberties on campuses all across the country. Read more.