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With the departure of seven students to the United States last Wednesday, the cultural exchange between Monza and Indianapolis began as part of a dual plan between the two “fast cities”. The training program, scheduled for Nov. 17-24, offers a comparison of some quality sports and entrepreneurial experiences of Indianapolis reality.
The first “stop” of the “tour” would be the factories of the two car groups of the “IndyCar Series”: “AJ Foyd Enterprises”, founded by the four-time winner of the Indianapolis 500 AJ Foyt and the “Andrei Autosport” four-time winner. Another specialty in motorsport is the Emilian company “Dallara”, which in 2012 opened the Dallara Indie Factory, an important research and development center.
Also, as the world of motors today is closely connected with technologies, students will visit the “16 Tech”, Indianapolis Innovation District and the “IUPUI School of Engineering and Technology” where they will meet full-time Professor Andrew Borm. Motorsports Engineering. The project aims to promote cultural and educational exchanges between Monza and American University students, and to provide opportunities for entrepreneurs to meet realities in the field of movement and environment, parks and urban agriculture, smart city solutions and new technology. Economics, Medical Research and Motorsport Sharing.
Sectors that can represent important professional sales outlets in perspective. “Training classes in line with the aspirations of young people and to make them aware of the opportunities offered by the labor market without geographical boundaries need to be compared with realities other than our own. In addition, experience in the states indicates that your curriculum has the potential to add value,” Federico Arena, Councilor for Security and Youth Policy, underlined.
The Monza youth will also meet their colleagues attending the University of Indianapolis and Marion University, following an NBA basketball game between the Indiana Pacers and the New Orleans Pelicans and holding “corporate” meetings with the deputy mayor. Indianapolis Judith Thomas and Director of International Affairs Ruth Morales. Also on the show are visits to the Indiana capital’s iconic locations: “Lucas Oil Stadium”, nicknamed “The Luke”, the city’s stadium; “Cainbridge Fieldhouse”, “Home” of Indiana Pacers; Indianapolis Motor Speedway, the world-famous “Oval” operated by the Indianapolis 500; The “World War Memorial Museum”, an architectural complex dedicated to the memory of World War I veterans; “Eiteljorg Museum”, a museum with an extensive collection of visual arts about Native Americans, American Western paintings and sculptures; The Benjamin Harrison Presidential Center, home to Benjamin Harrison, now houses a museum and the archives of the twenty-third president of the United States. In short, experience 360 degrees stars and lines.
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