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Alumni Stories Of Success: Tina Bui

Tell us a bit about yourself? My name is Tina Bui and I completed my Bachelor of Commerce in 2015. My Cadetship sponsor company was the Australian Taxation Office where I worked in Business Compliance in the Indirect Tax business line. I’m currently a GTS Graduate at IBM...
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Diving head first into the world of STEM

Helen Zhou is a role model, young female engineer and a passionate advocate for STEM. Fearless and focused, she is determined to make her dreams a reality, and inspire others to do the same. She is currently studying a Bachelor of Engineering Science at Monash University, and...
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Working With Indigenous Communities In NT

Lisa Kha is one of our 2nd year Cadets. She’s studying Commerce at the University of Sydney and completing her placement at QBE Insurance. She recently undertook a study placement to the Northern Territory, working with the local Indigenous community to create a sustainable...
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Olivia Walker Discovers Her Purpose

Discovering your purpose can be one of those light bulb moments in life. Aligning your values with your work is one way of ensuring satisfaction, motivation and happiness. Our Cadet Olivia Walker recently participated in the Slow School of Business’ ‘Talk On...
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Pro Bono – Project 120

Publication Pro Bono Program Cadetship Summary 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. Read full article here
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Wanted: 120 companies for high-achieving young Victorians

    We have identified 120 individuals ready to take up a place on our life-changing Cadetship Program for university undergraduates.  These talented and diverse young people are committed to completing their education and realising their professional career goals. What we...
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