Matthew K. Cox 718 Edward Court, Southlake TX 76092 |817.455.0975| email@example.com www.mcpropstudio.com
EDUCATION 2017 to Date
Full Time Student studying for a Masters in Architecture and Product Design at Kansas State University—cumulative G.P.A. of 3.5 after first semester of the program;
Received a grade of A in Architectural Studio 1; Spatial Hierarchy Project selected for public display.
2015 to 2017
Full Time Student studying Physics at Belmont University in Nashville, TN.
2010 to 2014
Graduated from Southlake Carroll High School in Southlake, TX.
COLLEGE ACTIVITIES AND RELATED EXPERIENCE Member, The American Institute of Architecture Students—current member of AIAS for competitions. Summer Intern, American Film Institute—selected as an intern to work with the Director of Workshop for Women Program in Los Angeles, assisting various directors both on and off set with active film productions. Co-developed and co-created the “Hit me Up” App—the Application allows an individual to easily generate a QR Code designating personal contact information and social addresses that can be uploaded instantaneously to a recipient’s phone by simply reading the QR code. The application is currently in Beta testing and working with legal counsel to trademark the name. President, Belmont University Film Society—the Organization doubled in size under my presidency to over 200 members; arranged and promoted numerous lectures while organizing weekly film screenings for the society. Founding Member, Public Relations Officer, and Choreographer, Prismatics—an Acapella group who competed in the quarter finals at the International Competition of College Acapella (ICCA). Production Designer and Prop Master—served as the prop master at Belmont University while being apart of three Capstone films produced by Senior Belmont University Students that went on to do film festivals in the area. Prop Master, Designer and Website Creator—designs, creates, and displays props along with original CAD designs which are on display on my website that I designed at www.mcpropstudio.com. University Singers—selected as a member of the mixed chorale group at Belmont University which performs regularly, including “Christmas at Belmont” which is produced and aired annually on PBS. Cage The Elephant —selected as a background singer for Cage The Elephant for their most recent tour in Nashville, where the band recorded a live album from their shows.
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Matthew K. Cox 718 Edward Court, Southlake TX 76092 |817.455.0975| firstname.lastname@example.org
Sales Associate, Fossil—worked during the summer at their Southlake, TX location.
HIGH SCHOOL ACTIVITIES AND RELATED EXPERIENCE Varsity Encore Show Choir—only student ever selected to perform for the Show Choir all four years of High School; chosen as one of 10 show choirs in the country to perform and promote the movie Pitch Perfect. Chorale—performed 4 years with the school’s top choir, twice received the Sweepstakes Award (Top Choral Award) in the UIL Texas State Choir Competition; chosen to Sing at Vatican and other various venues in Italy. On Stage Performance—selected and performed in the on-stage production of “The Weaving” a play performed at the Majestic Theatre, in Dallas Texas. Art Exhibit—selected to exhibit my art projects at the annual Dallas exhibit “Art in the Square.” Samsung Engineering Competition—selected to compete in the prestigious Samsung Engineering Competition. Off Stage —worked on high school musicals and plays as the theater tech building props and sets.
PHILANTHROPIC AND SERVICE ACTIVITIES Student Tutor and Advisor—served as a Choir Mentor for the Carroll Youth Choir and as a tutor to High School Engineering students. GRACE (Feed the Kids)—four-year volunteer participating in the summer food assistance program. Students and Athletes Serving Others—served a member of this philanthropic organization, volunteering in various activities. Special Olympics—served as a volunteer for Southlake Special Olympics swim meets. Animal Science “Care Giver”—served as a volunteer to care for and assist with animals in the animal science department.
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Published on Mar 9, 2018