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Working With Indigenous Communities In NT

Lisa Kha is one of our 2nd year Cadets. She’s studying Commerce at the University of Sydney and completing her placement at QBE Insurance. She recently undertook a study placement to the Northern Territory, working with the local Indigenous community to create a sustainable...
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Olivia Walker Discovers Her Purpose

Discovering your purpose can be one of those light bulb moments in life. Aligning your values with your work is one way of ensuring satisfaction, motivation and happiness. Our Cadet Olivia Walker recently participated in the Slow School of Business’ ‘Talk On...
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Education Matters – VicGov UPP Session

  Publication Education Matters Program University Pathways Program Summary In 2017, Doxa partnered with the Victorian Government’s Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport and Resources (DEDJTR) to give disadvantaged high school students the opportunity to...
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Doxa partners with the State Government to support disadvantaged young Victorians

Not-for-profit organisation, Doxa, has partnered with the Victorian Government to introduce disadvantaged high school students to diverse careers in government to ensure future job seekers from underprivileged areas are not left behind. Through its University Pathways Program,...
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Calling on companies to support high-achieving young Victorians

  Victorian not-for-profit organisation, Doxa is calling on companies across the state to support and change the lives of high-achieving young Australians from disadvantaged backgrounds by becoming a Cadetship Program partner. The Cadetship Program supports young people from...
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Gippsland Times – VicGov UPP Session

Publication Berwick News Program University Pathways Program Summary In 2017, Doxa partnered with the Victorian Government’s Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport and Resources (DEDJTR) to give disadvantaged high school students the opportunity to learn about...
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