{ Hi, I'm Matthew! }

I am an aspiring software engineer with a passion for solving problems and helping people. My strengths include problem solving, time management, intrinsic motivation, and staying organized. The goal I set with any project is to contribute to and leave a positive impact on the world.

To achieve my goals, I am currently attending The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio, majoring in Computer Science and Engineering and specializing in Software Systems.

When I am not attending class, I am always looking for ways to improve as both a computer scientist and as a software engineer. I really enjoy brainstorming, designing, and developing software, as well as helping those who do not understand a programming language to understand it better. 

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To use this website, please use the navigation menu at the top and bottom of each page. This website contained information about what I would like to accomplish in my future career, an interactive résumé, projects I contributed to, and several ways to contact me. The résumé and projects pages both use toggle menus to easily navigate through each page.


attending the ohio state university

I am studying Computer Science and Engineering with a specialization in Software Engineering at The Ohio State University. The majority of my first year at Ohio State has been learning engineering fundamentals, studying object-oriented programming, how to write code with an emphasis on readability and quality, using APIs, and design principles such as design-by-contract, polymorphism, and recursion.

In the coming years, I look forward to using different technologies to make the most of my undergraduate education and become a competitive job candidate in my field upon graduation.


Volunteer work

I really enjoy helping others to be successful, and giving my time and energy to make that possible is one of the most rewarding feelings in the world. I have volunteered my time primarily through the Boy Scouts of America, Order of the Arrow BSA, and Circle K International. all organizations that are focused on service, but also instilling leadership skills and fellowship.

In the Order of the Arrow, I am a Vigil Honor Member and I currently serve on the National Communications Team as a Deputy Web Coordinator, leading a team that is committed to keeping the national websites updated and easy to use. I have the honor of working with so many talented individuals in this role, and in this role I have specifically worked on my professionalism as a part of a team. 

In the Boy Scouts of America, I was in Cub Scouts from 2007-2012, when I earned the Arrow of Light Award. From there, I joined Boy Scouts and earned my Eagle Scout rank on December 11, 2014, and I went on to earn several Eagle Palms after that. My Eagle Scout project involved doing some much-needed work on a local monument for veterans so that it could more accurately represent the sacrifice that they made for freedom. I worked with volunteers on the project and we ended up putting in a combined total of 125 hours of service. The troop I was in did service in the community often, participating in community events to clean up rivers, empty trash containers, and help those in need. 

In Circle K International (CKI), I currently serve as the Ohio District Technology and Public Relations Chair, and as someone who is new to Circle K, I did not know what to expect when I first joined. I knew that Circle K did service, but I had no idea of the extent of Circle K’s reach across the US and around the world. After being a member for a year, though, I now understand that CKI has many great volunteers at universities everywhere who understand how important it is to give service to others. I have great respect for the people that I serve on the Ohio District Board with, and I hope that I can maintain communication with them long after my time in college expires.