Where Aura have previously taken on young people as work experience placements in order to help then realise their own potential, Business in the Community focused on supporting young people who were unemployed. As well as seeking guidance for their future, the initiative also helped them back into the world of work. The practical guidance given by companies like Aura who go into schools and help with practice interviews and writing CVs to get them ready for leaving school and starting the world of work.
Aura’s expertise lies within projects that incur regeneration across the North East, whether this be through the development of new educational sector work, or the refurbishment of leisure buildings, which can then be utilised by the entire community. Time and time again, Aura have been at the forefront of major and small works developments, and their inclusion in the progress of buildings within the region has been seminal, as they are able to provide maintenance services, and can create bespoke plans which can show the estimated outcome of a project.
Aura’s inclusion within the community has led to a string of highly regarded projects that can help and support young people, whether this be through the creation of leisure areas or refurbishing old educational environments, through the use of condition improvement funds which are available throughout the North East. Their work has resulted in improvement across the entire region, which has in turn helped out local and small business, as well as larger facilities.
To find out more about Aura’s recent successes, or to enquire about what they can do for you, please visit the website at http://www.auranortheast.com.