What would I need to major in to become an event planner?
I am going off to college in the fall at Auburn U and I would like to change my career to an event planner. I've gotten multiple answers from people such as hospitality, marketing, business and public relations. Help?
Asked By: jaaaaas - 5/14/2012
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Probably the best people to ask are the event planners themselves. If you live near a major city that has events at some high class hotel you can usually ask someone with a nametag who to talk to. However, during the convention or event, they won't have time to talk to you. Try to get their business card or give them a... More
Answered By: ColdWarrior - 5/14/2012
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A career in event planning doesn't really require a degree. However, you most likely will want to go into business for yourself, so business courses would probably be most helpful. Consider something like entrepreneurship.
Answered By: its_victoria08 - 5/14/2012
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