Center for Fair & Alternative Trade

Colorado State University

Undergraduate Internships

CFAT undergraduate students may enhance their professional skills by gaining critical internship experience in an organization or company that is devoted to the pursuit of global-local social justice and sustainability. There are numerous opportunities to become involved with initiatives in the Fort Collins area, as well as more broadly. Learn more about potential internship site...


Graduate Courses:

  • SOC 660: Theories of Development and Social Change
  • SOC 666: Globalization and Socioeconomic Restructuring
  • SOC 667: State, Economy and Society
  • SOC 669: International Inequality and Change
  • POLS 580: Transnational Social Regulation
  • POLS 692: Green Production, Just Production
  • AM 505: Socially Responsible Apparel: Global Policy
  • AM 506: Culture and Work in the Apparel Industry

Undergraduate Courses:

  • SOC 364: Food, Agriculture, and Globalization