Apply for the 2018-19 CAMERA Fellowship by May 15th!
The sought-after one-year CAMERA Fellowship is offered on a highly selective basis. Participants in our Fellows program are leaders on campus, proactively spreading the truth about Israel to fellow students, professors, and the media. Upon completion, Fellows earn $1000/£750.
CAMERA Fellows attend our all-expenses-paid Student Leadership Conference in Boston and receive two days of additional customized programming.
“The CAMERA Fellowship has been a tremendous experience. It has provided me with the tools to advocate about the issue I care most about and the incredible opportunity to meet speakers and leaders who share my passion for the cause of Zionism. I recommend the CAMERA Fellowship to anyone who is interested in Israel activism and making a difference on campus.”
–NYU CAMERA Fellow Bobby Miller
Following Campus-Wide Solidarity Against Racism at Cal Poly SLO, Zionist Students Targeted in “List of Demands”
Following a racist incident on campus which targeted the black student community, CAMERA-supported group Mustangs United for Israel condemned the bigoted action and pulled out of a cultural fair in solidarity with the Black Students Union at Cal Poly SLO.
During a time where minority student groups were banding together in solidarity against racism, it was shocking to see that the list of demands made to the university in response to the incident, released by a cohort of organizations called the Drylongso Collective, included discrimination of its own, targeting Zionist students. “We want an increase in funding for ALL cultural clubs, with the exception of those aligned with the Zionist ideology,” was stated.
Irish Students Condemn Union’s Endorsement of Anti-Israel Boycotts
“For a nation now celebrating the 20-year anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement, it seems we have forgotten how this agreement was forged and the principles underpinning its operation,” said Daniel Dowd, president of CAMERA-supported Maynooth Students for Israel. “Alienation and boycott of one side is not a pathway to peace, rather it leads to the entrenchment of both sides.” To continue reading this article, click here.
SJP Held Accountable at Florida International University
CAMERA-supported group Shalom FIU attended a controversial event hosted by Students for Justice in Palestine at Florida International University titled “Palestine: In the Present.” Shalom FIU President Meyer Grunberg published a response article, “Zionist Students Seek Peace. Why Doesn’t SJP?” on our blog.