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Being a young board member

Young people are awesome powerful agents of change that are sadly often mis and under-represented in society. We’d like to see more young people involved in governance, decision-making and strategy of organisations.  Our Cadet Gabrielle (Gabby) Breheny is a Board member,...
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10 Years | 10 Questions | Doxa School Bendigo

  The Doxa School Bendigo celebrates it’s 10th anniversary this weekend. Celebrating a decade’s worth of achievements, successes and personal greatness is pretty powerful so we had a chat with the Principal, John Russell, who has been in the hot seat since the school...
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Catching up with Kim Quinones

Kim Quinones is one of our wonderful first year Cadets. She’s a certified legend, a Pokemon GO! master and also studying Information Systems at RMIT University. What’s your favourite TV show and why? Where do I start? I have a long list of favourite TV Shows! I’m a massive...
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A Journey to Geneva: Representing Australia

If you don’t yet know Arif Hazara, then it’s time to bring you up to speed. He’s one of our Cadets, and he’s pretty amazing. Oh, and he was just selected as a youth delegate to represent Australia in the UNHCR’s negotations with NGOs in Geneva. Arif is not just a Doxa...
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Adventurous Minds at TEDxMelbourne

The theme for TEDxMelbourne 2016 was “adventurous minds”. Curated by Doxa supporter and speaker Jon Yeo the event brought together some of the brightest minds, innovative ideas and rad  people in Melbourne for one day. We were in attendance and thought it would be...
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Why you want young people in the workplace

We work with some amazing individuals. They’re smart, they’re skilled, they’re the ones you want on your team. What’s more, they’ve got a refreshing and innovative approach to work. Some of them are even getting offered casual roles alongside their...
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