The CAMERA Fellowship program supports student leaders in developing and strengthening their pro-Israel activism on campus. With the school year underway, InFocus is giving you an inside look into the lives of the 2016-17 CAMERA Fellows who are working hard to promote the facts about Israel on campus.
Meet Noa Levin.
A sophomore student at George Washington University, Noa Levin is studying Psychology and Speech & Hearing Sciences. Noa was able to learn about Israel and develop her advocacy skills in high school through the BlueStar Write On For Israel program. This past year she became very involved with the GW Hillel and is now very excited to be a CAMERA Fellow in order to strengthen her Israel advocacy capabilities and positively influence GW’s student body regarding Israel.
Noa is very grateful to be part of the CAMERA Fellowship and receive all of its support. “The CAMERA Fellowship has given me a network of people to turn to who are well-connected, knowledgeable, and passionate about Israel,” she says.
Noa grew up in America but her family is Israeli. As a proud American and Israeli, she feels her identity allows her an unique understanding of both cultures and their different mentalities. With her American-Israeli perspective and the support of CAMERA on Campus, Noa says she is “much more ready now to take on the challenge of being a pro-Israel voice on campus.” Welcome to the Fellowship, Noa!