CAMRA FELLOWS PROGRAM
The CAMRA Fellows Program provides undergraduate students with the opportunity to explore and engage multiple media forms for their own research projects with the support and guidance of CAMRA scholars and mentors. Fellows will complete a media-based project focused on a social justice issue of interest to them. The project can be for a course requirement, an independent project, or a senior thesis. The CAMRA Fellows Program is open to all regional undergraduate students.
Each CAMRA Fellow will become part of the CAMRA community and attend special Fellows events during the academic year, attend the Screening Scholarship Media Festival, and work one-on-one with a CAMRA mentor on their projects. In the spring, Fellows will present their final media projects at the CAMRA Fellows Showcase event.
To apply, fill out the CAMRA Fellows Application
Applications are open to all regional undergraduate students. Students must show interest in an individual media-based project they would like to work on. One of the program's aims is to serve as a springboard for students from underrepresented backgrounds interested in pursuing PhDs. We strongly encourage students from underrepresented groups to apply.
For questions or more information about the CAMRA Fellows Program, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also reach us via the email addresses below:
Support for the CAMRA Fellows Program from 2016-2018 has been generously provided by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.