M.S. in Industrial Management from Clarkson College of Technology (now Clarkson University), 1968
B.S. in Mathematics from Clarkson, 1966
Formal education should be succinctly listed at the end of the resume. This resume easily fits into one page with lots of white space. Greater detail can be found at the Web site if the person reviewing the resume is interested. Just like they say in advertising, white space sells. This resume is designed to give just enough information for someone to feel that the applicant can quickly contribute to running his enterprise.
To broaden this resume, I could add information on international experience by inserting the following sentence:
Mr. Moulton presented technology seminars in Europe, South America, Asia, Africa, and Australia.
Because business is increasingly global, this may help open up some opportunities.
The key focus of a technology resume should be to demonstrate how the job applicant can solve technology problems for the perspective employer, not the technology that the applicant has worked on or on which the applicant has passed certification exams.