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    See highlights from our 10th Anniversary in DC in June


    Ongoing: Monthly Segal Network Convenings


    • August 31, 2018 (12-1pm EST): Fellow-led Book Group with Segal Founder Peter Edelman on his book Not a Crime To Be Poor
    • October 16, 2018 (12-1:30pm): Segal Fellows in Action: 2018 Summer Internships & Ongoing Citizen Leadership
      • Hear from our newest Segal Fellows about their 2018 summer internships and ongoing efforts as citizen leaders. Be inspired by Heller MPP students and Brandeis juniors and seniors about their impact and growth as a part of the lifelong Segal Citizen Leadership Program. (Heller Schneider Room G1, lunch provided)


    • December 2017: A Conversation with State Rep. & Segal Founder Jay Kaufman about Adaptive Leadership (35 minute video)
      •    Recording available here (35 minutes)
    • November 2017: Giving Thanks for Segal (live Fellows conversation led by Fellow & Management Associate Bria Price, not recorded)
    • October 2017: Segal Fellows In Action: 2017 Summer Internships & Ongoing Citizen Leadership (with our 2017 Brandeis Segal Fellows)
      •    Details and video recordings below.
    • September 2017: Segal Program Network Call--Looking Forward Together (with Phyllis Segal & Susie Flug-Silva)

    Major Events

    See highlights from our 10th Anniversary in DC in June 2018

    Monday, October 30th: Segal Fellows In Action (At The Heller School & Online)

    The 2017 Brandeis/Heller Segal Fellows presented about their mission-driven summer internship experiences and and ongoing citizen leadership. Internships focused on issues including, community arts programming for youth, philanthropy focused on African American farmers, state-level health policy, technology programming as a means for community innovation, youth development for those impacted by homelessness, and international business.

    And, thank you to our summer site partners: Farm Aid, The Joint Committee for Health Care Financing and the House Ways and Means Committee (Commonwealth of MA), Larkin Street Youth Services, The Roxbury Innovation Center, SAP, and The Transformative Culture Project.

    Fellow presentations: Bernice Appiah, Marcelo Brociner, Khadijah Sawyer, Kayla Scire, LaShawn Simmons, and Sylvia Stewart.

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