Christopher Matthew Belnap “Matt”College Address Home AddressStayer Hall Room 213 303 Woodchuck HillBoston College Arlington, VT 05250140 Commonwealth AvenueChestnut Hill, MA firstname.lastname@example.org Cell: (802)-681-3250EDUCATIONBOSTON COLLEGE, Honors Program Chestnut Hill, MA. Fall 2009-May 2013GPA 3.557.Candidate for Bachelor of Arts in History, with a minor in Theology. Additionalcoursework includes Calculus, Computer Science, and Economics. Competitively selected to study inthe Boston College Honors Program.UNIVERSITY of WESTERN AUSTRALIAPerth, Australia. February-June 2012Earned Australian Government Scholarship for having the highest GPA amongst study abroad studentsfrom Boston College.Played inter-college basketball.Lector at Catholic Church at residential college inPerth.WORK EXPERIENCEMACK MOLDING COMPANY, Arlington, VT Summer 2011 and 2012Finance InternChecked and calculated spreadsheets for fiscal year end inventory. Calculated work in progress andfinished goods inventory. Re-calculated pricing for company inventory. Asked to return to help duringcrunch time in 2012.EKWANOK COUNTRY CLUB, Manchester, VT Summers 2007-2012CaddiePromoted during first year to highest-level (A) caddie.Earned the Ekwanok Caddie College Scholarshipfour consecutive years ($3,000 per year).THE HEIGHTS, BOSTON COLLEGE 2011-2012WriterCovered various sports events and wrote articles for Boston College’s independent semi-weekly studentnewspaper. Events covered included men’s and women’s soccer, hockey, and field hockey.VERMONT MAGAZINE, VERMONT Summer 2011WriterTraveled to Vermont battlefield site, interviewed battlefield historians, read various texts aboutHubbardton battle and Saratoga Campaign, took images and wrote an article that was published inVermont Magazine.EXTRACURRICULARPlay intramural football, basketball and soccer at Boston College. Volunteer activities include servingas Lector at Catholic Church (Boston and Perth); altar server at Catholic Church for 10 years;interviewing WWII veterans and videotaping their stories; playing saxophone and piano at free concertsfor preschoolers, senior citizens and veterans.