Future boost for students

Publication Melton Weekly & Star Weekly – Melton Program University Pathways Program Summary Melton and Moorabool students will be given valuable guidance in choosing a tertiary course or career thanks to a series of workshops. e University Pathways Program, run by...
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Local students in Uni program

Publication Gippsland Times & Maffra Spectator Program University Pathways Program Summary Students from Catholic College Sale, Maffra Secondary College and Sale College will take part in a university pathways program this week. Local students will join students in Year 12...
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Summer Camp Fun Is Back

Publication Midland Express Program Summer Camp (Malmsbury) Summary Young disadvantaged students from around Victoria are getting what a lot of families and kids take for granted – a well-earned break these summer holidays at Doxa’s Malmsbury Camp.
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Doxa summer camp – providing disadvantaged young students from across Victoria a five day camp experience

Young disadvantaged students from around Victoria are getting what a lot of families and kids take for granted – a well-earned break these summer holidays. Doxa’s award-winning Malmsbury Camp is a residential facility which offers positive life experiences to young people from...
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Doxa’s University Pathways Program – supporting young people to attend university and gain the skills for an employable and rewarding future

Getting into university can be tough.  What to study, where to study it, what is work going to be like once all the study is over? For a young adult in high school, the information on offer can be overwhelming. Doxa’s University Pathways Program is a multi-year,...
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CEO Tips: Social Innovation, Strategy, NFP Management

Doxa was delighted to have been selected, along with eight other Australian NFPs, to be part of the CEO Study Tour 2018 to Stanford Center on Philanthropy & Civil Society (Stanford PACS) in Palo Alto, California. The purpose of the Study Tour was to visit the Stanford Social...
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