Why we need a Reconciliation Action Plan

For those of you who don’t know me, my name is Taylah Jones and I am a proud Palawa women. I am currently in my final year of my Bachelor of Arts at Melbourne University majoring in Criminology and Sociology. I have been a part of the Doxa family going on five years now. First as...
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How to make the most of opportunity

Hello, my name is Layal. You may remember me from my recent International Women’s Day post which I wrote for the Doxa blog. If not, you can read it here. To give you a refresher on who I am; I’m a 20-year-old Future Insights student, currently studying a Bachelor of...
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Students complete four-year University Pathways Program

January 2018 saw the delivery of the final University Pathways Program session to our Year 12 cohort. These young people are the first group to have participated in the full four-year consecutive program from Year 9 through til Year 12 – a great achievement for everyone involved!...
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Guiding the next generation: why I volunteer for Doxa

Volunteering is a great way to give back to the community and the young people who participate in our programs. Alessia Roujenikova is a Doxa Cadet Alumnus who knows all about this, having spent so much of her spare time guiding the next generation at Doxa’s University...
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Pro Bono – Development Programs

  Publication ProBono Australia Program Development Programs Summary Not-for-profit organisation Doxa provides programs to support disadvantaged young Victorians through their education, and they have gathered tips and insights from top career and financial coaches to assist...
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Victorian high school graduates encouraged to maintain good finances, strive for commitment and adaptability

Good financial management, commitment and adaptability are important skills Victorian high school leavers must adopt to thrive in today’s world of work and life beyond secondary school, according to some of the state’s top career and financial coaches. The end of secondary...
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