# Resume template section modification

Link to my tex on Overleaf

my current code:

% This is a modified ONE COLUMN version of
% Deedy - One Page Two Column Resume
% LaTeX Template
% Version 1.1 (30/4/2014)
% https://github.com/deedydas/Deedy-Resume
%
% IMPORTANT: THIS TEMPLATE NEEDS TO BE COMPILED WITH XeLaTeX

\documentclass[]{deedy-resume-openfont}
\begin{document}

\namesection{john}{doe}{email | location | website}

\section{Culinary School}
\raggedright

\runsubsection{Extracurriculars}\hfill \location{location | 2019 - 2020}
\begin{tightemize}
\item tex club
\item president of gordon ramsay fan club
\item lorem ipsum
\end{tightemize}
\sectionsep
\runsubsection{Athletics}\hfill \location{ }
\begin{tightemize}
\item Varsity Dodgeball
\end{tightemize}
\sectionsep

\
\end{document}


converts to this:

I want the "location | 2019-2020" to be horizontally aligned with "Culinary School" and the "Athletics" subsection to horizontally align with "Extracurriculars" as illustrated below:

How do I do that? I hope this is the right place to ask, I'm still a noob with TeX! Again, here is the link to my code on Overleaf

OP here, I answered my own question by using minipages:

% This is a modified ONE COLUMN version of
% Deedy - One Page Two Column Resume
% LaTeX Template
% Version 1.1 (30/4/2014)
% https://github.com/deedydas/Deedy-Resume
%
% IMPORTANT: THIS TEMPLATE NEEDS TO BE COMPILED WITH XeLaTeX

\documentclass[]{deedy-resume-openfont}

\begin{document}
\namesection{john}{doe}{email | location | website}
\section{Culinary School} \location{location | 2019 - 2020}
\raggedright
\begin{minipage}[t]{0.66\textwidth}

\runsubsection{Extracurriculars}\hfill
\begin{tightemize}
\item tex club
\item president of gordon ramsay fan club
\item lorem ipsum
\end{tightemize}
\sectionsep
\end{minipage}
\hfill
\begin{minipage}[t]{0.33\textwidth}
\runsubsection{Athletics}\hfill \location{ }
\begin{tightemize}
\item Varsity Dodgeball
\end{tightemize}
\sectionsep
\end{minipage}

\
\end{document}


which produces the desired result. The formatting of the \location element did not allow alignment to the right so I added it below the header.