Manuel Gonzales has been the lead educational technology trainer for the Oklahoma State Department of Education for the past couple of years, and is a fantastic edtech guru. Manuel is moving with his family to Denver this spring because of his wife’s job, and let me know last week about the very creative professional resume he’s made on Prezi.

Manuel Gonzales's Resume - on prezi.com

Manuel is utilizing a tinyurl address (tinyurl.com/manuelgonzales) as a “pointer” to the much longer (and impossible to share over the phone) Prezi website address of his resume. The way he integrated two embedded videos into this presentation is very creative. It makes my own resume on eMurse look pretty boring by comparison!

If you are in the Denver area or know anyone in Denver looking to hire a VERY capable, innovative, and outstanding team player for educational technology training and support, please put them in contact with Manuel. His direct contact details are included at the end of his Prezi resume.

Have you seen other innovative resumes, put together with Prezi or other web tools lately?

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