Get the facts. Get Israel.
This year, CAMERA’s International Student Leadership Conference will be held July 31-August 3, 2022. Exclusively for CAMERA Fellows and CAMERA on Campus Coalition group members, the conference teaches students how to effectively combat anti-Israel and biased propaganda on college campuses.
Student Leadership Conference 2022
July 31-August 3, 2022Register
“I have had the opportunity to work alongside CAMERA on Campus for 5 years and this year finally as a fellow. Being a graduate student while completing the fellowship was challenging but it kept me pursuing my passion for Israel. I made outstanding connections with students from across the country in other Israel clubs as we all worked together to pull off Zoom events. Making space for safe and productive discussion surrounding Israel was made possible with the help of the great staff at CAMERA on Campus.”
—Chloe Greenfield, 2020-2021 CAMERA Fellow at the University of Buffalo
“I cannot thank CAMERA’s staff and fellows enough for all the valuable lessons I’ve learned these past two years. I have grown as a writer, managed to get articles published in prestigious outlets such as The Jerusalem Post, The Algemeiner and JNS, and always strived to fight against anti-Semitism and anti-Zionism. I will always defend Israel against the unfair criticism it receives, and thankfully CAMERA has equipped me to do this in a well thought out and researched manner.”
—Ben Stone, 2020-2021 CAMERA Fellow at Duke University
“My experience as a CAMERA Fellow has dramatically changed the way I view and advocate for Israel. The tools and perspectives gained will be used in the future in both the academic and professional settings I pursue.
In an ever-changing and fast-paced world where news and the truth get distorted quickly for many reasons, CAMERA is an essential tool to combat, engage, and call out misleading media and their stories from around the world. As someone with a passion for Israeli and Jewish history, culture, and society, I highly suggest my fellow pro-Israel students get involved with CAMERA. I promise you will not be disappointed.”
—Austin Pellizzer, 2020-2021 CAMERA Fellow at Carleton University
“CAMERA on Campus provided me with an outlet and a platform to set the record straight about Israel and its perception at the university level. My understanding of the conflict increased tremendously with access to brilliant researchers. I have formed great bonds with fellows. It’s a rewarding experience to bring Israel to campus and to encourage learning more about such a unique country. CAMERA enables us to do that and more.”
Aidan Segal, 2020-2021 CAMERA Fellow at the University of Pittsburgh.
“My experience with CAMERA was unforgettable, having the privilege to work with great mentors who helped me grow as a writer and as a person. More importantly, my love for Israel grew to a level where I now perceive Israel advocacy as a lifestyle as opposed to a chore/duty. I am very proud to be a part of the CAMERA organization and to stand by their values.”
—Benjamin Zaghi, 2020-2021 CAMERA Fellow at University of California, San Diego