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Storytelling isn’t fiction

Storytelling plays a fundamental part in the way we communicate, interact and interpret the world. It’s also an increasingly important skill in business. One young person who recognises this is Future Insights program participant Hue Man Dang. Hue Man is passionate about...
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Doxa City Camp moves to Discovery Melbourne in early 2018

Our City Camp has some exciting news to share! We’ll be moving to new premises in early 2018. Our new location will provide additional capacity and lots of great benefits to Schools and Campers. In February 2018, we will be re-locating Doxa’s City Camp on Elizabeth Street to...
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Doxa Stories Of Success: Phillip Hum

Our Doxa Cadets are an impressive bunch. We love hearing about what happens after University and seeing the impact the Cadetship has on their lives. That’s why we caught up with Phillip Hum to hear about life at Telstra, where he is now Operations Manager in the Enterprise...
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Top 3 Takeways – ‘Run the World’ Event

“Who run the world? Girls!” Doxa Cadet Michelle Tran channeled some feisty female entrepreneurial spirit when she attended the League of Extraordinary Women’s “Run The World” conference last month. This event brings together a multitude of female...
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Chairman’s Announcement: Doxa appoints new CEO

Recently I advised you that our CEO Stephen Silk would be retiring from work later this year. On behalf of the Board of the Doxa Youth Foundation I am very pleased to announce the appointment of Steve Clifford as our new CEO. Steve comes to Doxa as a pragmatic, commercial and...
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Doxa Stories Of Success: Patrick Pham

Success means different things to different people but some stories are unequivocally impressive. In this series, we catch up with some stand out Cadet Alumni who have graduated from the program and have gone on to achieve greatness in their respective fields. This week we speak...
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