Doxa’s Cadetship Program offers diverse, driven talent for your business

Victorian not-for-profit, Doxa is seeking to partner with businesses across Victoria as part of their flagship employment pathways Cadetship Program. Doxa has selected 12 business-minded young achievers from a diverse range of backgrounds for Cadetship. These individuals are...
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Diverse, driven talent for your workplace

12 business-minded young achievers. They’re motivated. They’re talented. They’ve got a place at uni. And they’re incredibly tenacious – they’ve overcome enormous barriers on their pursuit to stay engaged in education. They’re studying degrees in: STEM, Business, Finance, Law and...
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What does International Women’s Day mean to you?

I am Layal Al Ashkar. I am a 20-year old student studying International Relations and Media/Communications at the University of Melbourne. Today is International Women’s Day and I would like to share with you what this means to me, how I will press for progress and what we...
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45 young people shortlisted for Cadetship

We have now interviewed around 100 amazing young people and shortlisted 45 for our 2018 Cadetship program. These young people are resilient, determined, ambitious and incredibly talented. They’ve all got a place at university; they just lack the financial backing and professional...
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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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