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
#Celebrate70 Campus Parties Take Place Across North America
CAMERA on Campus is a proud co-sponsor of Celebrate 70 – a joint initiative of Israel organizations sponsoring Yom Ha’Atzmaut parties for college students in Canada and the US. Pictured above are celebrations at Rutgers and Rockland Community College. Read more about Celebrate 70 here.
Campus Coordinator Ben Suster Travels to Vancouver and Oregon
Campus Coordinator Ben Suster traveled to Vancouver, Canada to speak with students from the University of Victoria and the University of British Columbia about CAMERA programming opportunities. He also made a stop at the University of Oregon, where he tabled with CAMERA-supported group Ducks for Israel.
CAMERA on Campus UK Staff Attend Zionist Federation Events
CAMERA on Campus UK Associates Tamara Berens and Khulan Davaajav tabled at the Zionist Federation’s Yom Ha’Atzmaut celebration party, attended by over 1,000 people. Khulan also presented a poem on behalf of CAMERA on Campus UK at the ZF’s Yom HaZikaron ceremony.
Campus Coordinator Kailee Jordan Visits West Coast Campuses
A couple of weeks ago, Campus Coordinator Kailee Jordan visited with CAMERA-supported groups at UC San Diego, the University of Arizona, UC Davis, San Francisco State University, and UC Berkeley. Kailee also taught the session “Israel 101” at the Zeta Beta Tau (ZBT) conference in LA.
Photojournalist Gil Cohen Magen Tours Campuses with CAMERA
Gil Cohen-Magen, who addresses issues of media and photojournalism bias, spoke to CAMERA-Supported Groups EMET for Israel (University of Miami), Bobcats for Israel (Ohio University), Scarlet Knights for Israel (Rutgers University), Cardinals for Israel (Wesleyan University, pictured), Bulldogs for Israel (Brooklyn College), Macs for Israel (Yeshiva University), and at the University of Pennsylvania for CAMERA Fellow Ariela Stein’s event.