Sign up today for the CAMERA Fellow Boston program at Boston University and Brandeis and become one of twenty-five students to earn a free trip to Israel!
-Meet syndicated columnist Jeff Jacoby for one-on-one discussions and hear “Why the Media Gets the Middle East Wrong.”
-Listen to former National Review editor Rachel Friedman describe how she started a journal as an undergraduate student at Harvard.
-Learn from media experts how to communicate through the media to educate Americans about Israel.
The program, which includes lunch on Sunday and dinner on Monday evening, is free and will take place on Sunday, Feb. 5 (1:00) at Boston University and Monday, Feb. 6 (5:30) at Brandeis University.
Twenty-five students who participate in the program will be selected for a free trip to Israel this summer with CAMERA to tour the country and to meet with government leaders, foreign correspondents and policy experts. Students will be selected on the basis of the extent of their participation in the program and what they’ve done as a result — i.e. writing letters, op-eds, broadcasting commentary in either the student or the general media.
To sign up, please call (888) 736-3672 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information:
Name of School
Year of Graduation