O2 helped create and sponsor Go Think Big, a program that offers career help to young people including help with their CV, work placements and general advice.
O2 have a social initiative called Go Think Big which has lots of really helpful tips, online tools, interesting features, advice and work placement opportunities for young people to try and land their dream job.
Maybe you’re struggling with what to put in your CV. Go Think Big has an app called Do It which can help develop it for you.
Perhaps you’re simply trying to get information on a career path you think you’ll be interested in. You can see infographics with all the information you’ll need, including how many hours you’ll be working a week, the kind of pay to expect and the gender divide in the industry.
You need a bit of motivation? O2 have videos with famous professionals on their YouTube account, including, for example, England rugby legend, Jason Robinson, to give you a bit of inspiration to get started with chasing your dream.
O2 is the second largest mobile telecommunications provider in the UK. it was founded in 1985, originally as Cellnet, but now boasts about 8 million customers and over 20,000 employees.
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O2 has over 23 million customers and oeprates 2G, 3G and 4G networks throughout the UK.
O2 is now owned by the Spanish company Telefonica.
O2 sponsers the O2 Arena, the O2 Academies and the England ruby team.