Your curriculum vitae (CV) or resume is often the first impression you’ll make on a prospective employer, and it’s important to stand out amongst the crowd. These templates provide a range of styles – classical, professional, academic, plain, fancy – which can be adapted to fit your personal preference. Sections for employment history, education, skills, experience, publications and interests can be arranged to best show off your fit for the role you’re applying for, whether you’re a graduate fresh out of university or an experienced professional looking to change career.
A minimalistic, multi-page CV template with BibLaTeX support.
Template is available under MIT license. It needs to be compiled with XeLaTeX or LuaLaTeX. See the website for more examples.
A Free, highly customizable, multi-page CV template with left sidebar suitable for anyone. This template needs to be compiled with XeLaTeX/LuaLaTeX.
This template based on fortysecondscv class (created by Rene Wirnata) and twentysecondcv class (created by Carmine Spagnuolo) has been modified to meet Ovearleaf's compilation requirement.
Tiny Seal Generator Watermark
The Monocol Navbar CV is a CV template inspired by simple websites with a main infinite scroll body and a little navigation at the side. Only that here, the navigation is the contact info. The image can easily be taken away if not wanted or needed (but it’s still customary in German speaking areas). Apart from being inspired by simple website navbars, inspiration credit also goes to Jan Kuester’s Left Sidebar CV with the paracol separation rule.
More information on using the included infographics in the blogpost linked below.
The github is here.
The blogpost to go with it is here.
A one row academic CV template.
Having gotten feedback on the Two Row Academic CV, I made this version with only one column, a page counter in the footer and an even more 'serious' look (no more colours, little icons, etc.).
The idea is that if you are allowed more than just one page resumé-style (where two columns make sense to make the most out of the available space), it might be favourable to have just one column for improved overview and readability. The slightly bigger font is a bit easier on the eyes of tired hiring committees and the page numbering makes sure that a lost page won't go unnoticed.
For listing publications, multiple different versions are available (look closely!). You can try out all the alternatives and then stick with what works best for you. (They are the same one as in the previous Two Column CV). Remove the photo if that's not customary where you're applying.
The blogpost to go with it is here
and this is the Github.