Every tip I've received about landing an internship or job has focused on staying knowledgeable and current in the field. The best way to do this is to read constantly especially from blogs. These are 17 event planning blogs that help everyone from beginner to advanced.
How to Become a Certified Event Planner -- via wikiHow.com---Just how do you become an event planner? The first step to being an event planner is deciding what type of event planning you would like to do. Types of planning that best suite you, may be determined by the place you live. Also, if you would rather be on the social side or a more formal, corporate side of the planning.
The Big red eye of the #HelixNebula in Infrared Part 2 | the nebula's central star itself is immersed in a surprisingly bright infrared glow. Models suggest the glow is produced by a dust debris disk. Even though the #nebular material was ejected from the star many thousands of years ago, the close-in dust could have been generated by collisions in a reservoir of objects analogous to our own #solarsystem's #KuiperBelt or #CometaryOortCloud.
An event planner’s work is not done when the last person leaves. In fact after your event is a critical stage in the event life-cycle. Here are some of the critical tasks to be completed after the event is over.
Working on a little something for an event tomorrow with the Persimmon @carpediemplanners Reset Girl planner & @simplestories_ Hello Fall collection. People always ask what in the world do you need more than one planner for. This one won't be a planner, more like a notebook for thoughts & ideas . The ring mechanism makes it super easy to add more & more & more. And in this case, more is better