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WTAMU communication students will travel to Israel to create video for Amarillo non-profit

Texans for Israel
Students in a “Trends in Graduate Communication” class at West Texas A&M University have spent the semester assisting the non-profit Texans for Israel in social media, podcasts, event planning and marketing of the organization, and they will soon add a video to the mix with a trip to Israel.

Randy Ray, associate lecturer and director of broadcast engineering, and his students will travel to Israel Nov. 18-29 with Texans for Israel to create a travel journal video for the non-profit. The trip will include visits to the Sea of Galilee, Jerusalem, the Garden of Gethsemane, Judean Desert, a beach day on the Mediterranean in Tel Aviv and more.

“We are very excited to give WT graduate students a chance to work hand in hand with Texans for Israel,” Ray said. “Service learning projects like this are a big win for our students and for our community.”

Following the trip, the class will present the video at Bar Z Winery at 7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 13. The screening is open to the public.

About Texans for Israel

Texans for Israel is a non-profit organization supporting the country of Israel and its people. They have played an active role in building Jewish communities throughout the country, investing in expansion of Israeli agriculture and personally connecting Christians to the land and people of the Bible.

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