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Pro Bono – Future Insights

Publication Pro Bono Program Future Insights Summary Our Future Insights program was launched in May 2017. This program provides young people with access to the professional skills, networking, communication and teamwork required for the future workplace. Read full article here
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New program aids disadvantaged uni students

A new program has been launched in Victoria to address some of the barriers of youth unemployment by assisting disadvantaged young people gain the valuable, practical skills they need to increase their chances of getting a foothold in today’s competitive job market....
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Arif Hazara Presented At State Awards

Arif Hazara was presented as a Semi Finalist in the First National Real Estate Leadership Award by Jenny Mikakos MP, Minister for Families & Children, Minister for Youth Affairs at the 2017 Victorian Young Achiever Awards Presentation ceremony held at Flemington – The Event...
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Cadetship Graduation & Induction 2017

Our annual Cadetship Induction & Graduation event was held at Allens Linklaters. It was a true celebration of achieving greatness, with Doxa staff, program participants and their friends and families in attendance, as well as sponsor companies and mentors. Graduating Cadet,...
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Journey Program Collaboration To Kooyoora

We recently collaborated with New Hope Foundation, Western Bulldogs Community Foundation, Spectrum and Western Young People’s Independent Network to deliver a Journey Program for disadvantaged secondary school students from Melbourne’s West. Participants came from a diverse range...
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Visiting Victorian Government Department

A group of University Pathways Program students in Years 9–12 visited the Victorian Government’s Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport and Resources (DEDJTR) to learn about the diversity of careers available within government. Participating schools included:...
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