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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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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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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My time as a Cadet

Hi everyone! My name is Tom. I’m a 19-year old Doxa Cadet. Some of you may recognise me from my vlog series on Doxa’s YouTube channel. For those who don’t, I’m in my first year studying a Bachelor of Arts at the University of Melbourne. As one of my key...
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