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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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Writing an awesome resume

Getting on the road to employment can be really tough, so we’ve asked the experts what they think makes the big difference. The third part of our series shares some helpful hints to write an awesome resume from Ernst & Young.  Resume writing… at some point we’ve...
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How to ace your first interview

Getting on the road to employment can be really tough, so we’ve asked the experts what they think makes the big difference. The second part of our series shares some wise words and interview advice from Ernst & Young to help you ace your first interview.  Interview advice...
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How to be a personal branding machine

Getting on the road to employment can be really tough, so we’ve asked the experts what they think makes the big difference. The first part of our series is about personal branding.  What is personal branding? Does it matter? How do I use it to my advantage? These are all...
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My name is Taylah, and this is my story

When I was asked to write this post, I debated about what I would write for days, I struggled to string together a single sentence without deleting it. I slowly realised that I am trying to write about myself in a way that would be appropriate and well received but I couldn’t do...
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NYW 2016: Shelley Fenech’s advice for juggling university life

Advice and guidance for juggling university life from Shelley Fenech The third in our National Youth Week 2016 blog series, where young people in our programs provide an insight into some of their amazing experiences. Before you decide whether to read on – I must tell you that...
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