Pure Supported Internship on BBC NorthWest Tonight – Tonight!

Posted on the 30th September 2019

Exciting news: young people from our Pure Supported Internships will be on television tonight and tomorrow! BBC North West Tonight is featuring former interns who are now in paid employment as a result of our Trafford and Manchester programmes. The have already been on our screens at lunchtime.

After tonight’s report Louise Parrott-Bates, Pure Chief Executive Officer, will be live in the studio talking to Annabel Tiffin and Roger Johnson about the impact of the work we do.

Tomorrow’s report will include the interns from our Trafford Supported Internship now working for legal services specialists Horwich Farrelly. 

This is a great opportunity to spread the word about the value of Supported Internships. The young people filmed by the BBC demonstrated their value in the workplace when they were out on their placements. They fully deserve their success.
We want more and more employers to realise what an asset supported interns can be to their businesses.

Louise Parrott-Bates - Chief Executive Officer, Pure Innovations
Pure CEO Louise Parrott-Bates

Pure CEO - Louise Parrott-Bates

We have worked with many brilliant supportive employers and are always keen to meet more. Please do tune in to BBC North West Tonight at 6.30pm tonight and tomorrow.

What a great showcase for how Supported Internships change lives!

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