A three-column graphical curriculum vitae
This template provides a potential employer/school with all the connecting glue that most resume formats leave out. The usual suspects -- degrees, jobs, skills -- occupy boxes in the left and right columns, so the reader can still get that traditional bullet-point overview. The middle column tells the relevant bits of your life story, in a natural chronological order that provides context for where you've been and what you've done. You can use it to explain gaps in employment, add detail to the quick-glance side entries, and display your personality.
When I decided to go back to grad school, I passed my old resume to an industry friend who does a lot of hiring. He walked me through his mental evaluation. "So here's a section on Papers... and here a section on Patents... how do they time up with your Experience? Hmmm, here's a three-year gap, what happened there? So you started a PhD program but I don't see a degree... what's that all about?" Rather than let the reader assume the worst (three years of rehab? Failed out of grad school?), I decided to provide the missing intel -- in a clear, easy-to-parse chronological layout that highlights what belongs together.
This is a LaTeX2e template that compiles with either XeLaTeX or LuaLaTex. You can upload the files to ShareLatex.com (a personal account is free) to edit and compile them online.
Copyright 2018 Grayson Bray Morris.
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