The Heller School for Social Policy and Management at Brandeis University
Eli Segal, a true citizen leader and wave maker
The Eli J. Segal Citizen Leadership Program commemorates Eli Segal's legacy, his passion for citizen engagement, and continues his commitment to developing new generations of citizen leaders.
Following an Historic Citizen Leader Path
Segal Fellows walk the same route members of the Little Rock Nine traveled to get to school during the 1954 Civil Rights Movement to integrate schools in Arkansas.
The Segal Network
87 Segal Fellows span 17 states and 3 continents combined with over 600 Founders & Friends come together as a community of leaders dedicated to helping each other succeed in advancing social justice.
Day of Action
The Segal Program partnered with the Clinton School of Public Service and the Clinton Foundation in a day of service for 2013 National Make a Difference Day led by City Year Little Rock/North Little Rock.
CEO Conversations Event
In 2015, successful company heads share how they are also citizen leaders, making a strong positive social impact and bringing together sectors as business leaders
We are excited to welcome our 5 newest Segal AmeriCorps Fellows! Each of these Fellows will be supported this year by a dedicated mentor, deemed Segal Coach, and participate in our Segal citizen leadership curriculum that will ask them to set goals and reflect on their experiences to make an impact. Click here to learn more about mentoring a Fellow or read their individual bios!
The Segal Program expands each year as new cohorts of fellows are added through the Eli J. & Phyllis N. Segal Citizen Leadership Fellowship awards at Brandeis University (including undergraduate students and Heller School Master’s in Public Policy students), AmeriCorps Alums, City Year, and the Corporation for National and Community Service. Current Segal Fellows provide a guiding hand to future generations of Segal Fellows – providing an opportunity to give back by mentoring others in much the same way that Eli Segal did for so many.