UL’s Fire Safety Research Institute (FSRI) Internship Program is an opportunity for highly motivated undergraduate and graduate students to make a significant contribution to our mission of addressing the world’s unresolved fire safety risks and emerging dangers.
FSRI offers internships in various scientific and engineering specialties such as fire protection engineering, mechanical engineering, chemical engineering and data science as well as in amplification roles like marketing, communications, multimedia design, social media / analytics, brand management or instructional design.
Candidates come from all types of backgrounds and have a variety of experience, but all share some commonalities:
- Passion for their field of study and for furthering their knowledge
- Flexibility and an aptitude for creative problem-solving
- A strong desire to contribute to a fire safe world
The work environment is fast-paced and collaborative, and interns will come away with valuable, relevant and applicable professional experience. Some internships even lead to full-time positions within the FSRI team.
"I have had such a great experience interning at FSRI. Whether it be working in the office or out in the field, I have learned so much. My time at FSRI has given me great real-world experience and has further cultivated my passion to pursue research.”
“I have gained so much real-world experience interning at FSRI. The people I work with share their knowledge freely and sincerely want to prepare me for my future.”
Social Media / Analytics Intern
Ready to apply?
Browse our current internship opportunities and apply online.
Looking for an internship that’s a little unconventional? Reach out about submitting a proposal.
FSRI is proud to be an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer, making decisions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, national origin, age, veteran status, disability, or any other protected class U.S. Citizenship is required for most positions.
Published: November 18, 2021