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Ball State Students Learn about Career Paths with Penske Entertainment

Students at Ball State University learned about career opportunities with INDYCAR, Indianapolis Motor Speedway and IMS Productions during Penske Entertainment Day on Tuesday, Feb. 7.

Penske Entertainment officials, including Chief Talent Officer Kristin Weeden, met with students in a relaxed environment on the Ball State campus in Muncie, Indiana, to discuss many exciting career paths within the company in a variety of areas and roles. Students also learned about and discussed Penske Entertainment opportunities at an ice cream social on campus.

Penske Entertainment is the parent company of INDYCAR, IMS and IMS Productions.

Ball State, a public research university, was founded in 1918. It offers about 120 majors and 100 graduate degrees through seven academic colleges.

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