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2023 Jensen Hughes Fire Safety Challenge

Please join us in congratulating Natalie Goodyear and Cindy Wang, winners of the All Fired Up! Student Competition.

These two young women created outstanding content highlighting the importance of fire safety in our communities. Their successful individual submissions rose above their peers in the areas of scientific accuracy, creativity, organization of content and message clarity.

Jensen Hughes partnered with SWENext to create the All Fired Up! Fire Safety Challenge to introduce girls to the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) community. For this competition, we challenged high school students to create a video and middle school students to create an e-poster that highlights the importance of fire safety in our community. Winners were selected based on their creative content, which highlighted the importance of scientifically accurate fire prevention and safety knowledge.

Meet our winners below.

2023 High School Winner

Cindy Wang

Congratulations Cindy!

Cindy is in the 11th grade and lives in Illinois, United States.

High school competitors were asked to create a video teaching the community about the importance of fire safety.

Check out Cindy's winning video below

2023 Middle School Winner

Natalie Goodyear

Congratulations Natalie!

Natalie is in the 7th grade and lives in Ontario, Canada.

Middle school competitors were asked to create e-poster highlighting the importance of fire safety.

See Natalie's winning poster below

Jensen Hughes 2023 Fire Safety Challenge Middle School Winning Poster

What is SWENext?

SWENext is a way for girls to become a part of the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) engineering community as students through the age of 18.

SWENexters have access to programs, mentors, and resources designed to develop leadership skills and self-confidence to #BeThatEngineer and succeed in engineering and technology careers. Although the program focuses on girls, all students are encouraged to get involved.

Students interested in joining SWENext can find more information by clicking here. Use code "JHFIRE" at checkout


Fire protection engineering is the application of science and engineering to better understand and prevent fire incidents to protect people and the environment. Fire protection engineers study the causes of fire and identify features in architecture and design that influence the prevention and suppression of fires.

This specialized engineering is for those looking to directly impact the communities in which they live by understanding the causes of fire incidents and implementing fire mitigation. Fire protection engineering includes various career paths, including fire investigation, consulting, research, insurance, facilities management, and more.

Learn More!

Learn more about fire protection engineering career path opportunities, national and international university fire protection programs.

2024 Jensen Hughes Fire Safety Challenge

Keep an eye on this page for our 2024 Competition!

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Across the characteristics that make us unique as individuals, from gender and race to the causes we care about, we deliver our work collectively in alignment with four principles.

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Diversity, Equity + Inclusion

At Jensen Hughes, we recognize and appreciate the importance of creating an environment in which all employees feel valued, included, and empowered to do their best work and bring great ideas to the table.

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Students and young professionals who think differently help push us to do things simpler, faster and smarter. Join Jensen Hughes as an intern, a new graduate or even after a couple of years’ experience.