You know something is faulty when you have to pay "student leaders" to promote Israel as an "attractive" place. Obviously, these Zionists, feel that their students are not as committed to the state of Israel to do the promotion for free and must be paid to do something that if they were committed would come out of the goodness of their hearts, the connection and conviction to their cause. But no, you gotta get paid to promote Israel.
An advocacy group is hiring students as on-campus promoters of Israel.
StandWithUs is offering up to $1,000 a year this semester to 38 Emerson fellows, Jewish student leaders at key colleges and universities targeted by the organization. Their duties will include bringing in speakers and films that show Israel in a positive light.
Officials from StandWithUs told reporters that they gave particular consideration to applicants from “problem campuses” such as Columbia, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the University of Michigan, which the organization identifies as hotbeds of anti-Israel sentiment.
More than 100 students applied for the fellowships, funded by California-based philanthropists Rita and Steven Emerson.
StandWithUs is an international pro-Israel education organization founded in 2001.