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ABC Radio National – Arif Hazara Case Study

Publication ABC Radio National Program Cadetship Summary Arif Hazara is a Doxa Cadet and Young Victorian Achiever’s Award 2017 Semi-Finalist. He also represented Australia in UNHCR negotiations with NGOs in 2016. Arif is an outstanding community leader, advocate for young...
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The Australian – Project 120 & VicGov UPP Session

Publication The Australian Program Cadetship & 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...
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Education Review & Campus Review – VicGov UPP Session

Publication Education Review 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...
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ProBono – VicGov UPP Session

Publication Pro Bono 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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Berwick News – 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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Lawyers Weekly – Project 120

Publication Lawyers Weekly Program Cadetship Summary 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. Read full article here
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