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Middleborough High School, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, Massachusetts College of Art and Design
Harvard University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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Hey, I’m Matt!

Boston, Massachusetts, United States · Member since February 2012
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Not sure where to begin!

I'm fairly new to Airbnb, mostly because I haven't had a chance to travel outside of the states in a few years so outside of the couchsurfing I did a few years ago theres been little need for anything!

I grew up on the south coast of Massachusetts, and lived in a few other parts of the states in elementary school. I haven't traveled extensively, outside of a couple months in Lisbon, Switzerland, and Ireland.

I graduated from University in 2010 with a Bachelors Degree in Crime and Justice studies. I know people usually get the impression that its strictly about the idea of going into law enforcement, but realistically speaking, I could never see myself going into it!

I'm trying to get into grad school sometime within the next two years, I'd really love to go to Edinbugh for forensic anthropology! It's such a fascinating subject and I just like the idea of working within human biology, specifically osteology, but not having to deal with any of the ailments of live patients!

I love going new places and discovering new things. i have always been an avid photographer, and although my portfolio has been lacking due to my lack of a digital camera at the moment, it's something that I love to do whenever I have a spare second of my time.

I'm currently working between Harvard and MIT instructing swimming and diving lessons, and some lifeguarding in between. I could see myself being a diving coach somewhere in the future, if not now. If there were more open positions that paid well, I'd be all over it.

I'm open to any questions you may have!