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Catching up with Lucinda Francese

Lucinda Francese is one of our 3rd year Cadets. She’s studying for a Bachelor of Journalism at La Trobe University and we have the pleasure of her company once a week as she has her work placement here at Doxa. We had a chat to find out more about her life. What’s your...
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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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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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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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