Apply for the 2018-19 CAMERA Fellowship by April 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.
“Being a CAMERA Fellow introduced me to an entire network of passionate, like-minded students, all motivated to put forth truth wherever falsity is found. Through the ever-blossoming friendships between peers and the support from CAMERA’s campus coordinators, my intellectual curiosity has widened –– my affection for Israel, revitalized.” — Oshra Bitton, ’17-’18 CCNY CAMERA Fellow
With three BDS resolutions tabled at the University of Ottawa this year alone, the timing of Israeli Shai Deluca-Tamasi’s visit to nearby Carleton University, where CAMERA Fellow Samantha Goodman hosted him, couldn’t have been better. The event was covered by the Carleton University campus paper here and featured in Canadian Jewish News.
Attention CAMERA supporters in the UK:
CAMERA on Campus UK is co-sponsoring the Zionist Federation’s Yom Ha’Atzmaut festival on Thursday April 19th in North London and you’re invited! Use code ZFYH70CAM to receive a 10% discount on tickets!
Senior Campus Coordinator Tatiana Becker met and strategized with students of CAMERA-supported groups Knights for Israel (University of Central Florida), Emet Israel (University of Miami), Owls for Israel (Florida Atlantic University) and Noles for Israel (Florida State University).
International Campus Director Aviva Slomich Speaks at AIPAC Policy Conference
At AIPAC Policy Conference 2018, International Campus Director Aviva Slomich (second from left) spoke on a panel titled “Millenial Mobilization,” where she presented CAMERA on Campus’s approach to engaging and empowering Millenial Israel activists.
Campus Coordinator Ben Suster Addresses Canada Chabad Shabbaton
During a recent trip to New York and Canada, Campus Coordinator Ben Suster gave the opening remarks at the annual Canada Chabad Shabbaton dinner. He discussed the importance of students being proud Zionists on campus. While in Canada, Ben also visited Montreal-based students at Concordia University and McGill University.