The core of HTC is comprised of graduate students at the University of Denver. At this time, we do not have volunteer or employment opportunities for those who are not students at DU. We urge you to look at our Join the Movement page or our partners’ websites to find ways to get involved in anti-trafficking efforts.
How to Become an HTC Research Associate
The Admissions Office will send information to accepted students on how to apply to be a Research Associate. As will be explained in that communication, you must be approved to register for the Forced Labor and Human Trafficking course (INTS 4987) taught by Professor Claude d’Estree in the Fall. You must also register and attend the weekly Human Rights Clinic (INTS 4955). For more information please contact the HTC staff at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Aside from other projects that you may pursue as a member of the HTC, it is required of RAs to submit one blog post per quarter to our HTC blog and be trained to work on the HTC Human Trafficking Index.
This process is subject to change, and may be updated based on evaluation of its appropriateness and efficacy.