A person looking for an entry level job only needs to fill out an application. The employer realizes you haven't worked before and have nothing to put in a resume and doesn't require or expect one.
By the way, many people confuse a resume and a CV. A resume is a brief account of an applicant's work experience and skills as well as the name of the academic institutions you've attended and your degrees and areas of study. A CV is a more detailed synopsis of your background and skills and includes your publications, presentations, grants and fellowships, professional associations, teaching and research experience, licenses, and other information relevant to the position you're applying for.