Diverse, driven talent for your workplace

12 business-minded young achievers. They’re motivated. They’re talented. They’ve got a place at uni. And they’re incredibly tenacious – they’ve overcome enormous barriers on their pursuit to stay engaged in education. They’re studying degrees in: STEM, Business, Finance, Law and...
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What does International Women’s Day mean to you?

I am Layal Al Ashkar. I am a 20-year old student studying International Relations and Media/Communications at the University of Melbourne. Today is International Women’s Day and I would like to share with you what this means to me, how I will press for progress and what we...
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Doxa develops Reconciliation Action Plan

We are currently in the process of developing a Reconciliation Action Plan. This brings us a step closer to becoming a culturally safe, inclusive and supportive organisation for the increasing number of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander young people who participate in our...
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179 young people attend summer holiday camp

Doxa Holiday Camp is a highlight of the year for many of our young people from challenging life circumstances who look forward to their chance to get a much-needed holiday, either at our Malmsbury or City Camp. It’s an opportunity for them to have fun, make friends and enjoy new...
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45 young people shortlisted for Cadetship

We have now interviewed around 100 amazing young people and shortlisted 45 for our 2018 Cadetship program. These young people are resilient, determined, ambitious and incredibly talented. They’ve all got a place at university; they just lack the financial backing and professional...
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Students complete four-year University Pathways Program

January 2018 saw the delivery of the final University Pathways Program session to our Year 12 cohort. These young people are the first group to have participated in the full four-year consecutive program from Year 9 through til Year 12 – a great achievement for everyone involved!...
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