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Doxa announces Steve Clifford as new CEO

Victorian not-for-profit organisation, Doxa, has announced the appointment of Steve Clifford as its new CEO, effective from 2 October. Mr Clifford served as Head of Australian Operations of Save the Children Australia where he led a team of 600 to improve program quality,...
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Doxa announced State Finalist in the 2017 Telstra Business Awards

Doxa has today been recognised as a State Finalist in the charity category of the prestigious Telstra Business Awards for its work and commitment to helping young disadvantaged people access positive life experiences, education opportunities and employment pathways. As one of the...
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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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Doxa partners with the State Government to support disadvantaged young Victorians

Not-for-profit organisation, Doxa, has partnered with the Victorian Government to introduce disadvantaged high school students to diverse careers in government to ensure future job seekers from underprivileged areas are not left behind. Through its University Pathways Program,...
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Calling on companies to support high-achieving young Victorians

  Victorian not-for-profit organisation, Doxa is calling on companies across the state to support and change the lives of high-achieving young Australians from disadvantaged backgrounds by becoming a Cadetship Program partner. The Cadetship Program supports young people from...
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Doxa Journey Program

Disadvantaged young refugees explore Kooyoora

Young disadvantaged people from refugee backgrounds are getting their first taste of the Australian bush through a three-day trekking expedition in the Goldfields and Kooyoora State Park in central Victoria, near Bendigo. The Journey program, run by Doxa – a Victorian...
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Doxa host Holiday Camp for disadvantaged young people in Malmsbury

Holiday Camp is an exciting opportunity for disadvantaged young Victorians to experience fun and learning activities in the rural environment. The residential camp is run from Doxa’s award-winning outdoor education facility at Malmsbury. Doxa Youth Foundation celebrates 45 years...
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22 yr old Castlemaine youth says company boards need young people

Castlemaine resident Gabrielle Breheny is young, ambitious and amazingly, at just 22 years old, she is already a Board member for a social enterprise. She is keen to see more young people on boards of organisations in Victoria as well as across Australia. Gabrielle says: “I am...
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