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Deutsche Bank Internship

Hi I’m Ewe-Jin Tan. I’m a 3rd year Doxa Cadet. I’m studying at the University of Melbourne and my work placement is at JB Were. My long-term goal is to utilize my studies in Commerce and passion in finance in the asset management industry, investing in ideas and...
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International Women’s Day: Celebrating the women of Doxa

Today is International Women’s Day, an annual celebration of the achievements and contributions of women around the world – be they social, political, or economic. As an organisation, we have a powerful role in promoting and empowering women – through our many programs, and...
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Investing In Future Talent

Imagine if you were the first one in your family to go to uni, had no exposure to the corporate world, and no access to professional networks. Getting to where you are now would be hard – right? Each year we meet many talented young people through our Cadetship program who have...
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Handy Tips: Work Experience Placements

Finding Work Experience Placements Many of you will have the opportunity to complete a work experience placement this year. Here are some tips on how to find a placement that’s right for you: • Search online for any work experience programs on company websites, email them...
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2015 University Open Days

It’s never too soon to start visiting university open days. Especially as it gives you a chance to explore the buildings and grounds, as well as learn more about the courses they offer. See below for the various open days at Victorian universities, TAFEs and colleges for...
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Achieving Big Things With The Big Issue

As part of the redevelopment of the City Camp program in 2015, we have embarked on an exciting new partnership with The Big Issue. Since Term 1 each of our visiting school camps have taken part in a workshop with the The Big Issue’s Classroom program. This program teaches...
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