In The Hilla #3 Austin Thorn | Music Therapy, International Education, & Growth Mindset - In The Hilla

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18th Jul 2020

#3 Austin Thorn | Music Therapy, International Education, & Growth Mindset

Austin Thorn is an undergrad at UKMC studying Music Therapy, he is a recipient of the Gilman International Scholarship and traveled to Peru back in 2018. In this interview Austin discusses the impact of music therapy and his experiences with both music therapy and international education.

If you'd like to connect with Austin, feel free to reach out via email:

acthorn@mail.umkc.edu

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In The Hilla
In The Hilla (الحلة‎ - Neighborhood)
A podcast that educates/informs folks from marginalized communities about different career avenues/possibilities.

When I originally had the idea for my podcast, I was thinking of issues within my community. It is rare to see engineers, doctors, entrepreneurs, and equity owners in low income neighborhoods. At the end of the day people are a product of their environment and you can't be what you can't see. Therefore, I created this podcast to serve as an example. Through this platform, I hope to educate/inform folks about the different avenues/possibilities that exist. And more importantly, break down how it was done as well as identify the challenges that can be expected.

I started doing interviews for my podcast back in April and started posting content on July 2020.

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Ahmed is a first generation immigrant from Sudan and is currently an industrial engineering student at Iowa State University. He is a driven and entrepreneurial minded student with a diverse set of experiences that include working as a software engineering intern and mechanical engineering intern, studying abroad in the UK, conducting research for the U.S. Dept of Energy, lobbying for the U.S. Dept of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, and serving on the national board for a multi-million dollar non-profit.