Vibrato Sponsors Doxa Cadet

Peter Gatt
May 28, 2017

I'm very excited to announce that last night, I had the ability to give back finally after some 14 years alumni and have Vibrato sponsor our very own cadet! James and I would like to congratulate Connor Sutton on becoming Vibrato's very first Doxa Cadet and wish him well on starting his Advanced Diploma in Robotics and Mechatronics Engineering at Swinburne University. Connor is not only an amazing guy with a bubbly and enthusiastic personality, but he's also one of the most switched on technical people we've come across at such a young age. If you get a chance, please reach out to Connor to congratulate him or swing past our offices from time to time as I'm sure we're gonna get him buried in some cool robotics and automation soon!

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In 1972, Doxa was formed on the single principle that all children, regardless of their backgrounds, deserved to have positive experiences outside the confines of their socio-economic standing. 
 
This principle of access and equality continues today. Doxa provides a range of programs so that all young people can access positive life experiences, education opportunities and employment pathways. Doxa's vision is that "all young people have the opportunity to achieve" and our mission is to “share knowledge, skills and experiences with disadvantaged young people, empowering them to realise their potential”.
 
Doxa work with Victorian young people, eight through to 22 years. Program participants have faced certain barriers to education over their journey. Doxa’s aim across all programs is to ensure that all young people, no matter their circumstance, have access to high quality personal development and education opportunities so that they can enjoy enriching experiences that build self-belief, aspiration, and skills for an employable future. Their aim across all programs is to ensure that all young people, no matter their circumstance, have access to high quality personal development and education opportunities so that they can enjoy enriching experiences that build self-belief, aspiration, and skills for an employable future.
 
One such program that Doxa offers students is the Doxa Cadetship Program, designed to assist students in completing their University Degree through the support of a sponsor organisation. I was personally honored to receive and complete this scholarship through my computer science and systems engineering degrees at RMIT university with the support of Deutsche Bank International. The program was immensely valuable and gave me some of the key skills that I've been able to use today in building and running my own companies.
 
Doxa has engaged some incredibly talented young people this year and are looking to engage new partners – they would love your support. Please click the Project 120 link here to find out more about the program and supporting talented young people who need it the most through university and into careers.
 
Vibrato would like to thank Kumari, Phillipa and Lauren for their assistance in finding Connor for us! Congratulations Connor and see you in our offices soon.