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Strong New Futures for disadvantaged young refugee students in central Victoria

Young newly arrived and refugee students will be given the opportunity to build a positive life for themselves in Australia thanks to Doxa Youth Foundation’s Strong New Futures program. Launching this week (11th – 13th October), the Strong New Futures program aims to connect a...
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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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Media Coverage

Third Sector – Doxa Announces New CEO

Publication Pro Bono Program N/A – New CEO announcement Summary Victorian not-for-profit organisation, Doxa, has announced the appointment of Steve Clifford as its new CEO, effective from 2 October Read full article here
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ProBono – Changemaker Alison Polyik

Publication ProBono Program N/A Summary Alison Polyik is General Manager, Partnerships & Corporate Affairs at Doxa. She was interviewed by ProBono as the “Changemaker” of the week following the announcement that Doxa reached the State Finals in the Telstra...
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ABC Radio – Arif Hazara, Cadetship

Publication ABC Radio – Afternoons “Making A Difference” with Clare Bowditch Program Cadetship Summary Arif Hazara is a Doxa Cadet and Young Victorian Achiever’s Award 2017 Semi-Finalist. He also represented Australia in UNHCR negotiations with NGOs in 2016....
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Bendigo Advertiser – Malmsbury Camp

Publication Bendigo Advertiser Program Malmsbury Camp Summary Our Malmsbury Camp recently hosted the inaugural Bendigo & District Aboriginal Cooperative young men’s and women’s camps. Young people learnt about culture, leadership and respectful relationships as...
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Bendigo Weekly – Malmsbury Camp

  Publication Bendigo Weekly Program Malmsbury Camp Summary Our Malmsbury Camp recently hosted the inaugural Bendigo & District Aboriginal Cooperative young men’s and women’s camps. Young people learnt about culture, leadership and respectful relationships as...
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Brimbank & NW Star Weekly – Future Focus Program

Brimbank & North West Star Weekly Program Future Focus Summary Our Future Focus program provides young people in Years 7 & 8 transitioning from primary to secondary education. This group of students from St Albans Secondary College graduated from the first year of the...
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Herald Sun on Sunday – Cadetship Program

Publication The Herald Sun on Sunday / The Herald Sun Online Program Cadetship Program Summary Alessia Roujenikova is one of our Cadets. She has overcome considerable hardship and achieved greatness in education and employment, recently securing a graduate role at a big four...
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The Age – Staff Profile, Malmsbury Camp

Publication The Age / The Sydney Morning Herald Program Malmsbury Camp Summary Daniel Robinson is our Malmsbury Camp Manager. His passion for encouraging people to value the outdoors has taken him all around the world. Here he shares his philosophy, ethos and work at Doxa. Read...
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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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