Before you write a resume as an entry level event planner, take time to do a casual self-assessment on paper. Write your relevant skills, abilities, volunteer and paid experiences and event planning projects. Note down what you did extremely well, your major accomplishments, and the worth you brought to each event. Then covert this list to bullet statements and divide into relevant sections to prepare your resume.

Look at the following sample resume for event planner that portrays an event planner’s career profile in effective manner.


Event Planner Resume Sample – No Experience


Christina Rogers

7 N County Road 300 E, Spring, TX 32101
(999) 900-9319, Email

OBJECTIVE: To work for Nirvana Events as an Event Planner utilizing skills in planning, coordination and implementation of external and internal events.

• 6+ months’ experience in events planning and management
• Demonstrated ability to generate new business through different means such as cold calling and networking
• Highly skilled in promoting brand names by implementing relevant marketing programs

• Adobe Design Suite: Illustrator, Photoshop, Indesign and Acrobat
• MSOffice: Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Access
• Social Media: Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter • Fundraising software • Online surveys

• Assisted in planning ten large scale promotional events for Nestle’s new products
• Formulated a management booklet that provides specific information for arrangement needs for people new to the business


Westport One, Spring, TX | March 2015 – Present
Assistant Events Planner

• Work with clients to assist in planning events of all types and scales
• Generate new business through networking
• Interact with customers to obtain feedback
• Ensure proper food safety and sanitation
• Integrate current trends in even design and planning
• Oversee event budgets
• Manage help for conferences
• Negotiate prices for vendors

The University of Texas, Spring, TX – 2014
Bachelor’s Degree Business Administration
• Major: Marketing • Minor: Communication Studies
• GPA: 3.22 • Dean’s List

• Communication
• Excellence in customer service
• Telephone etiquette
• Time management
• Budgeting and finance
• Negotiation