Entry Level Social Worker Resume with No Experience

Updated on: June 28, 2020

Writing a typical social worker resume is not enough, especially when you are just beginning your career. For you to be able to get in there and impress the hiring manager, you need a little more than mere mediocracy.

Remember that mediocre resumes almost never make it beyond the “first” look that hiring managers give to them.

If your goal is to attain the hiring manager’s interest, you should be ready to invest your time and effort in writing a resume.

Remembering to write your resume in such a compelling way that leaves a lasting impression.

The following resume sample may be that of a person who has not had the opportunity to shine, but it shows what the individual can do if given the chance:

Social Worker Resume with No Experience

Rita Graham
913 Tannery Road, Moorefield, WV 26825 
(000) 289-2145 
ritagraham @ email . com


Performance Profile
Self-reliant and driven with a genuine interest in supporting families and individuals in vulnerable situations. Exceptionally talented in assisting people in order to improve outcomes, aiming to help them lead full and fruitful lives.

• Proficient in conducting interviews with individuals and their families to assess and review situations
• Skilled in establishing courses of action by exploring options and setting achievable goals with clients
• Adept at fostering clients’ actions or adjustments by interpreting their attitudes and behavioral patterns
• Deeply familiar with monitoring planned actions by regular follow-ups and incorporation of required changes in plans

• Clients’ Assessment
• Plan Creation
• Efficacy Monitoring
• Counseling
• Budgetary Administration
• Needs Identification

Bachelor’s Degree in Human Sciences
Major: Social Work
West Virginia State University, Moorefield, WV – 2016

• Chosen to represent the university at the World Social Work Order, held at The Orange in 2019.
• Volunteered services to the SOS Children’s Village between June 2019 and August 2020.


Bayward Foundation, Moorefield, WV | 2/2020 – 5/2020
• Engaged affected people in conversation to determine their specific needs for counseling and support
• Identified problems or gaps in community resources that impacted outcomes and took charge to make services available to clients
• Gathered and assessed information regarding clients’ physical requirements, mental statuses and family support systems
• Provided psychological support through individual and family counseling, depending on the requirements
• Identifies system issues that may pose as barriers to physical and emotional care and made appropriate referrals to promote resolutions

• Word and Excel
• Internet, Email and Social Media

Excellent references available