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* What is CAMERA on Campus? * What is the Fellowship? * Who is selected to be a Fellow? * What do Fellows need to do to complete the program? * Who do Fellows contact for questions? *
CAMERA on Campus is an international program that gives students access to:
CAMERA's expertise on Middle East Issues
High-level instruction from leading Middle East Specialists
Global networking with published writers and activists
Live seminars and workshops.
Event planning and materials assistance
*Read our mission statement and three principles.
The CAMERA Fellowship is a sought-after one-year Fellowship that 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.
Fellows attend our all expense paid advocacy training conference in Boston and earn up to $1000. Check out our testimonials.
CAMERA Fellows are selected based on their in-depth knowledge of the Arab-Israeli conflict, history of Israel and current events, experience in advocating for Israel on campus and portfolio of their published work.
35 CAMERA Fellows will be selected from across North America, South America, Europe and Israel.
Click here to meet our 2016-2017 Fellows.
The 35 selected CAMERA Fellows will receive up to a $1,000 stipend upon completion of the following program responsibilities:
Contact CAMERA's International Campus Director, Aviva Slomich at firstname.lastname@example.org.